What you’ll learn in Get Hired as a Product Manager | Applying & Interviewing
- How to Respond to Product Manager Interview Questions
- Where can I look?
- How to Write a Product Management Cover Letter
- How to format and optimize your resume or CV for Product Management jobs.
- How to prepare for an interview by conducting research on a company and a Product Manager position.
- How to prepare for a Product Manager interview and what questions to expect
- How to Answer Behavioral interview questions in Product Management Properly
- How to better answer “tell me about a time when” questions using the PAR / CAR framework
- How to answer product creation interview questions correctly in Product Management
- How to Answer Estimation Interview Questions in Product Management Properly
- How to Answer Questions in Product Management Interviews Correctly
- How to ask the right questions and conduct a reverse interview with your interviewers
- Before you apply, learn how to spot red flags in companies and interview situations.
- In a Product Management interview, here’s how to stand out.
- By thinking like a Product Manager, you can adapt to any question you get in an interview.
- When interviewing virtually, here’s how to make a good first impression.
- How to deal with take-home case studies, which are common in Product Management programs.
- How to highlight your achievements in a way that appeals to hiring managers in Product Management
- How to do successful side projects in order to increase your chances of getting hired
- Before applying for Product Management jobs, learn how to effectively brand yourself online.
- How to get your first Product Management job off to a fast start
- There is no requirement for prior experience, and anyone in any role with any level of experience can participate.
The position of “Product Manager” is one of the most rapidly growing, in-demand, and well-paid in the tech industry.
Fastest growing: Companies are expected to hire an additional 2,000 Product Managers this year, and this rate of hiring is expected to grow +20% for every year afterwards (Glassdoor currently ranks Product Manager as the #4 hottest hiring position in the US).
Best Paid: Product managers earn an average of $112,000 per year, with some companies paying as much as $192,000 per year for junior-level positions, despite the fact that the role is completely non-technical.
Are you interested in working as a Product Manager?
If you want to get hired for any Product position, you should expect to do take-home case studies, brain teasers, and multiple rounds of interviews.
It makes all the difference how you approach these hiring challenges, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
We took a holistic approach to the entire process to truly maximize your chances of landing the role: finding suitable roles, building your brand prior to applying, submitting applications, getting the interview, researching companies before the interview, acing the interview, completing take-home work, and then deciding on the best offer.
What does the course include?
We’ll walk you through finding a Product Management job, applying for it, and acing the interview.
The following topics will be discussed:
As a bonus, there are:
• A full-fledged mock interview (Apple) with step-by-step instructions.
• An in-depth interview with a Product team lead who is in charge of hiring for all Product Roles
• A one-hour long walkthrough of the Product Creation / Design question
This course is ideal for those applying for their first Product Manager position, as well as anyone interested in transitioning from internal to external Product Management. It is also appropriate for existing Product Managers who want to apply for a new Product Manager position, either internally or externally.
Why should you take our advice?
Over 148,000 students have learned about Product Management with us, and over 1,000 have been hired or transitioned into Product Management roles at companies like Airbnb, Google, Facebook, Spotify, Oracle, IBM, and Amazon.
Cole Mercer, your primary instructor, has worked as a Senior Product Manager for companies such as Soundcloud, Bonobos, and Mass Relevance, and has been interviewed for Product Management positions at Google, Facebook, Palantir, Netflix, and even Udemy 40 times.
Your teachers are
Cole Mercer has worked as a Senior Product Manager for Soundcloud, Bonobos, and Mass Relevance, as well as teaching the Product Management course at General Assembly in Manhattan, New York City, and is now a full-time Product Management and Strategy consultant.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in applying for a role in Product Management
- Anyone interested in transitioning from their current role to a role in Product Management
- Current Product Managers looking to improve their interview skills
|File Name :||Get Hired as a Product Manager | Applying & Interviewing free download|
|Genre / Category:||IT & Software|
|File Size :||2.59 gb|
|Publisher :||Cole Mercer , Evan Kimbrell|
|Updated and Published:||10 08,2021|