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Reena B.
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Send a follow-up and then if you have not heard back in a few days, then follow-up with a call.

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Liz Welch

I'd say don't do it! But, yeah...call them. Always best to talk.

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Tara Carlson
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Did you do your follow up thank you email or letter? That's always the first step I would do the day after your interview. Then depending on that response I'd follow up with them about 5 days. Good luck!

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Bennie Thomas

I don't think it's what it was you

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Jeffrey Hemmerlin
4 days ago

I simply have to say,I went to the job fair earlier this week,dressed right down to a jacket and tie(probably 1 of 5 people out of 140,I counted,not in a t shirt),and I was there early,and waited 3 hours,and watched your very helpful,and friendly associate s running around,sweating in a nice hotel,with NO AIR CONDITIONING,on a heat advisory day,and I'm getting emails,wonder wants to speak with me,even though I had to leave,because I had to leave for a 2 PM interview,seeing how there emplyees were treated,best of luck to those that got hired.The interview I went to,saw me at appointed time,with courtesy, a d a cold bottle of Poland springs.I think this sais it all,Sincerely, Jeff Hemmerlin #followup

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Sam Erakat
6 days ago

#application #followup #interview I applied several times the past few weeks for advertised open jobs at the Commissary at Travis AFB with no avail. Can anyone leave me a message if jobs are available. Thank you Sam Cel: 707-365-2266

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Ashley Lowe
7 days ago

I applied to a job through indeed, which took me to their website. I completed the first part of the application, which sent my contact information to them. I received an email shortly afterwards saying to complete my profile, but the link was broken. I decided I would revisit it in a few days when I had a chance to go a deeper dive on my PC (rather than my phone). In the meantime, they called me about the job and got me through the preliminary process. I mentioned that the link was expired but she told me not to worry and that they had my contact info. Well I was on my PC and decided to try to figure out how to get into my profile, and I was successful. I figured, since I'm here I might as well fill out the rest of the missing information in case they do communication through this portal. The moment I completed everything it said that it sent the application!! By finishing the information it formally submitted the application a second time. I am MORTIFIED! Any advice on how to smoothly recover from this and explain to them that I am not dumb, I just wanted to be thorough? #advice #application #followup

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Max Alberts

You know, what you've described happens ALL THE TIME on that site. Its technology is cheap and antiquated. It's known as a piece of crap throughout the industry.

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Mario Montes

I wouldn't worry too much. If you had a telephone contact from the potential employer you will most likely be put through the next phase of the interview process. Now don't be shocked if yu get a "your qualification did not match or we've selected another candidate email" since most are automated. Good luck to you.

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Reena B.
24 days ago

I see a lot of posts asking how long should they wait before they hear back from XYZ company after an interview? My interviewers have always been forth coming about the timeline of when they would fill the role. However, if they didn't bring it up, I would always ask what is the timeline for filling this position. Will they contact me regardless of the outcome? Do you ask this also? #jobsearch #advice #interview #followup

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Torie Miley

Of Course! Most companies have automated replies indicating you were not selected for the role or driver's seat. Don't quit......

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Gregory Go

Reena You saw my comment which was similar to yours & because my typing is sub par at times, many accused me of screaming or being arrogant commanding and demanding. I did not think I was any of the latter. I would recommend 30 days but If they don't follow up in 2 weeks move on. Now yes the bird in hand is better than two in the bush. But like my situation that many think I am being argumentative and disrespectful. There was a time line. So 3 words GO FOR IT! The worst thing that can happen They SAID NO and meant it. Others will stereotype you and possibly insult you. On the other hand they could say Come on down or we are flexible our optimal is AAA-> CCC
SCORE! Or if you look at my similar post a civil debate of point counter point dialogs and process on going POWER ON REENA B. ~GG

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Reena B.
about 1 month ago

Thank you! Did you send a thank you email/note after your interview? Why do it? Because:
πŸ‘ It shows common courtsey and respect to your interviewer πŸ‘ You can reiteriate and or clarify points you have already made at the interview. πŸ‘ So few job applicants send a thank-you note after an interview that you automatically stand out if you do

#interview #advice #followup

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Courtney Cooper

If you don’t pursue them they will never call you back!

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Skyler Williams

I have not got a call back

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Stan Courtright
about 2 months ago

I have found it to be very very helpful to send an email to your interviewers thanking them for allowing you to interview for the position in their company. #interview #followup #advice

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Lisbeth Fajardo
about 2 months ago

This weekend i watched an Documentary on PAUL MITCHELL, I love it, its what i was needing to hear, and learn from, i think everyone should also ,find it in you tube that my type #advice #application #followup #interview #jobsearch #wordsofadvice

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