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How to Get Hired in Conversation Design Part 2

More Conversation Designers share their experience!

The Cast of Part 2 🎬

What is your current job title and company?

What does your career journey look like? What jobs have you done in the past?

How different was interviewing for a conversation design role compared to other roles you applied for? What was the experience like for you?

How did you find your current job?

Do you have a portfolio? If yes, did you present it during an interview?

Did you have to complete assessments for your interviews? If so, how were they like?

[I]f the company doesn’t provide you with an actual company for the [interview] exercise, make sure you choose one! Don’t just leave it undefined.


Let’s talk compensation. Could you give us examples of how much compensation some roles were offering?

What advice would you give to your past self in your first few months on the job?

My advice though for the first few months on the job: just continue learning. Learn about the company and the products; nurture your relationships with your stakeholders.


What’s the most challenging part of your day to day as a conversation designer?

What learning resources do you recommend? (Can be anything: books, articles, videos, etc.)

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