Today's interview wasn't bad. It was pretty standard except for a couple of odd points.
First, it was apparently for a part-time position which would transition into a full-time position. Now, I have no problem with this - I'll take just about anything right now - but, I do have a problem with not knowing this before the interview.
The guy had this quote, "...as you know from the Craigslist ad, this is a part-time position, transitioning to full-time." No, actually, I had no way of knowing that. Craigslist ads are anonymous, so I don't have any idea which ad got me this interview. Funny how anonymity works, sometimes.*
Second, it was a pretty sparse interview. All the guy did was tell me about the firm and then ask me some very superficial questions about my resume. Seriously, he would look at part of my resume and then go, "Oh, you worked at _____. What was that like?" That was pretty much it. If I get a second interview, I'm really curious what criteria that decision is going to be based on.
*I wouldn't even mention this were it not for the fact that this is like the fourth time an interviewer has referenced their anonymous ad. Thanks, guys. That's really helpful.