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How long should I wait to send out a letter to tell my potential boss that I'm still interested in the job?

I recently had a really good interview last week Wednesday. My potential employer told me he would personally call the manager I will be working with to make sure she sets up a time to meet with me. It is now Tuesday morning, and I have yet to hear from anyone. Should I give him an email telling him I'm still interested and please let me know if there's anything more information I can give? What is the protocol on following up? (I gave my thank you note via email, in which he responded, thanks, I will keep you posted).

Asked By: bunka24 - 8/7/2007
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A thank you for the interview email should have been sent the first day when you got back home from interviewing. In that email you state why you felt it went well and you would put the following: You cuold perform well within the position because____ You would achieve certain goals within a given timeframe,which... More
Answered By: Marsbar - 8/7/2007
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♥ Usually 1 week is standard time for the [[other]] manager to review the application. I'd give it until Thursday morning before making a follow-up call.
Answered By: Happily ♥ Engaged - 8/7/2007
 
I have read other two answers and they are also right but there is one thing which is not clear some firms strictly prohibit direct contact... More
Answered By: Ari. N - 8/7/2007
 
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