2022 The Year of the Remote Migration

Recent data from Zip Recruiter suggests that 2022 will be the year for changing jobs. The ongoing, global Covid challenge has shifted much of the workforce from an “in-the-office” mentality to more of a remote “the office is anywhere you are” mindset. This shift has made it possible for many current employees to expand their search parameters and explore new companies in new locations.  As a result, many companies are now facing the largest labor shortage in decades which has in turn created an applicant’s dream market.

Job market

  • People are not entering the market due to concerns regarding Covid or childcare.
  • People are leaving the job market due to retirement.
  • Some who left the job market may reenter the workforce since the financial cushions provided by the government are lessening and/or ending.

Reasons for changing career path:

  • Wages – strong demand, low supply creates wage growth with workers being forecast to maintain much of the bargaining power through 2022. A good portion of the workforce that experienced varying levels of dissatisfaction are now choosing to shop for better pay.
  • Location – A majority of people (54%) prefer a job that lets them work from home. Only about 10% of jobs currently offer that option (up from 3% pre pandemic). Employees are leaving jobs that require them to work in offices in search of remote work opportunities. At least 20% of all workers say the pandemic caused them to change the type of role they were seeking to one that permitted remote work.
  • Respect – Not surprisingly, 19% of workers said they are unhappy with how employers treated them during the pandemic. The dissatisfied could include those who burned out after being forced to work long hours to cover absent coworkers, those in stressful industries such as health care, those who lost benefits due to “Covid Cutbacks” and employees who were compelled to work a remote capable position from a crowded office due to leadership’s need for micromanagement.
  • Career change – Around 20% of job changers quit to pursue new career paths or their passions. Some simply grew tired of the low pay and health risks associated with their jobs.
  • Work-life balance – A minimum of 13% of workers quit their job because their jobs didn’t provide work-life balance.
Work life balance is an important part of any career with P3 Adaptive.

If you are considering a career change and you work with the Power Platform, in addition to prepping your resume you will need to prepare for the interview portion of making a move. To help you prepare for that interview, we here at P3 Adaptive have put together a series of blogs to help you ace any interview whether it be for Power BI or Power Apps. You won’t want to miss these resources. As a bonus, we will also share a blog in this series for questions you should ask your interviewer.

It is common knowledge that in an interview, you should plan to answer questions about your experience and qualifications, speak to your greatest strengths and weaknesses, detail how you handle success and failure, and discuss what sets you apart and why you’re worthy of consideration. That being said, having the perfect study material while preparing for an interview is a must. Your search for the best guide on Power BI interview questions ends at this blog where we have gathered the top Power BI interview questions for both new and experienced Power BI Developers to give you a head start on the interview process.

P3 Adaptive's Power BI Developer Interview Questions gives you a head start in the race to find a new job.

15 Questions you may be asked in an entry level Power BI interview:

  1. How would you define Power BI as a self-service solution?
  2. Explain the concept of Power BI.
  3. What is the difference between Power BI Desktop and Power BI online?  
  4. What is Get Data in Power BI? Tell us about the data connections.
  5. What are the key components of Power BI?
    1. The above Power BI interview question is mostly asked by interviewers. Prepare it well.
  6. What are the filters in Power BI?
  7. What are Content Packs in Power BI?
  8. Describe the visualization types and usages in Power BI?
  9. What is the Power BI Service?
  10. What is row-level security? How is it used in Power BI?
  11. Tell us about the Excel add-ins for Power BI.
  12. What is the difference between Power BI Premium, Power BI Premium per User and Power BI Pro?
    1. This is a very popular Power BI interview question.
  13. In what ways and for what basic purposes can you use Power BI?
  14. What is Power BI Q & A?
  15. How are a Power BI dashboard and a report different from each other?

8 Questions you may be asked in an advanced level Power BI interview:

  1. What are the most common data shaping techniques?
  2. What is the difference between Calculated Columns, Calculated Tables, and Measures?
  3. What is z-order in Power BI?
  4. What is the prerequisite for connecting to a database in Azure SQL Database?
  5. What are some ways that Excel experience can be leveraged with Power BI?
  6. What are your top three resources for diagnosing DAX?
  7. How do you optimize a report in Power BI?
  8. Explain the process for how you would create a report from scratch? (This includes working from the business to rolling the project out)
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