State Farm - Employment hiring testI went to an interview at a very nice well known State Farm Insurance Agent and did great at the interview. The agent then had to give me a personality and employment exam which did have some math as well. It was maybe about 100 questions that took an hour with multiple choice answers. I left out feeling that I did pretty well. I had to wait to get the results so the agent called me the next day and told me I failed. I was qualified for the job, had the licensing, have my own real estate company with 16 years sales experience. I also have had other jobs such as in the banking, secretarial and other customer service type jobs. I failed the customer service part and I am totally blown away. Most of my real estate transactions are representing both parties buyer and seller and negotiation is key in my job. I am polite and can difuse almost any situation and as far as personality goes, I can strike up a conversation with anybody. I got personality and I must do a good job for my clients because they keep on referring business to me. Now, I was reading over some of the complaints that people have about the customer service that State Farm has. Well now we know, they look for folks that are the opposite of giving good customer service and the folks they hire must not have personality either. You can ask anybody that knows me, I've got what it takes. So, state farm thanks for your test that proves that your looking for idiots with no personality and customer service experience. And your a good neighbor, no neighbor I want. You missed out on getting a good hardworker that loves people and serving them with their best interest in mind. I will get on with a better company. Thanks for wasting my time.