I've been interviewing for a couple positions lately. The industry is much in favor of the employee in my country: there are far more positions than specialists and wages are sky high compared to other industries.
Out of the 5 companies, 4 interviews were about 45 minutes long, with one manager and one team member usually.
One company stood out with a more than two hours long interview (HR warned me during scheduling), many in-depth questions, and two managers interviewing. I'm surprised a company is willing to invest 4 hours of employee time on an interview for an entry level position.
I wonder: is there something I can judge from this, or is this rather standard?
Clarification: I wonder what I can judge about the company/it's culture, not about how likely I'm going to get the position.
Edit2: I wouldn't agree with the suggested duplicate, since none of the answers address interview length directly.