How should i follow up on a job?
i applied for a deputy clerk job. i was put on a waiting list until april. and i am ranked pretty high on the list. i suprise i havent been called yet. what should i do.
Asked By: nasty joe - 3/8/2007
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I read in a guide that you should send a thank you card after the interview to thank the interviewer for his time. Also to stand out from the crowd... More
Answered By: James S - 3/8/2007
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keep calling til you get an answer be persistent
Answered By: kitty - 3/8/2007
Call them! Call them everyday until you know something or until they get tired of you! That always helps!
Answered By: Nate - 3/8/2007
either do a follow up call, or send a email
Answered By: rmadd - 3/8/2007
send them a note, thanking them and say something to the effect of looking forward to working with them in the future. and if you're still nervous about it, you can always call and ask if the job has been filled. but don't bombard them and act worried that you haven't heard from them yet. The job i have now, I... More
Answered By: Doritoes703 - 3/8/2007
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