There will be a typing test.
Prepare to explain gaps in employment, even if you are a student.
The interview will be the head HR director. Some trick questions may be asked that are having to do with your previous employment. A neutral answer is best. Such as "Which job was harder? Telemarketing or retail?" I used both options for my answer and provided a general example.
It's important to not go into too much negativity but don't gush about the positives, otherwise it will come off as phony. Everyone there started out as a survey interviewer, so they know how it is in reality.
Answered - Survey Interviewer (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB