What to do next on an interview?
I had a interview with a huge company almost two weeks ago that went pretty good, im actually over qualified so I have a good advantage. So the day of the interview I sent my Thank you email and a week later I sent a follow up email seeing how the process was going and I got nothing back. This Wednesday will be two weeks....in the interview she said they were looking for someone to start in two weeks but then also said they will let me know within one to two weeks....so should I call them about the status? I have emailed them my thank you and my follow up so what next? I want to call but don't want to put the hiring manager on a spot if they really don't know yet and I don't want to look desperate..any suggestions? To the person that actually responded: You must not know anything about job hunting or interviews. It's usually a must to send a thank you note after an interview. I won't be taking your advice, thanks anyways.
Asked By: Anon. - 3/14/2011
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I would highly discourage calling them... More
Answered By: Howe W - 3/14/2011
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Being over-qualified is not a good thing. Employers fear you will be bored or will quit their job as soon as something else more in line with your capabilities comes along... More
Answered By: anonimitie - 3/14/2011
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