- SpaceX interns work 80 hours per week and help the company launch rockets and improve its dynamics.
- So the aerospace company, recently rated one of the best places to work, asks some tough interview questions to ensure that it is hiring the right people.
- Questions mainly explored the realms of physics and quantum mechanics at an extremely advanced level
So it follows that you're going to have to answer some tough interview questions to get the gig.
Each year, more than 700 interns join SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, for 80-hour workweeks at about $22 an hour in departments like avionics, dynamics, launch operations, manufacturing, and enterprise information systems.
The hiring process typically consists of two in-depth phone interviews, during which intern candidates have to answer questions like the following, which we found on Glassdoor: