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So today I finished the 2nd part of a 2 part interview. I applied at Caribou Coffee and I'm not sure whether I am I candidate for the job or not. I think that maybe they won't hire me cause the current employees are 6-10 years older than I am. The first interview went well. I made the interviewer laugh a lot and it was a very at ease type of interview. There were parts in it though where she didn't have any questions for me to answer and just kept looking back and forth at her papers. During it though she said things like if you where working we would give you X hours, "If you worked here you would work till X" . Overall I gave some 1-2 mediocre responses, a couple good ones(some surprised her) and I knew a lot about the company. The interview lasted maybe 15-20 minutes. The second interview went as well or maybe better than the first and this one was with the store manager. She would make eye contact and nod when I was speaking but I did give some stutter responses. Like the first one we joked about things we had in common and just some small talk jokes. With the questions for this interview she said things like "nice answer" "great response" and I think she made some notes on her papers about them. The closing part was weird though, I shook hands and said "bye" maybe a little too quickly (not on purpose) and maybe that threw her off..IDK. But basically she said she would have more interviews this week and next, she also asked me if I was available for something later in the summer. The problem I'm having know is what to do next...and if I got the job or not. I could use some advice based on the information given about my chances. Thank you

Asked By: john - 6/20/2012
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Pretty good, it sounds like your interview went well, and that's really all you can do. Now all that matters is, how well did the other candidates do?
Answered By: Tom Foolery - 6/20/2012
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You sound like your on the right track, don't worry about stuttering or responding to quickly or anything being nervous is natural and they know this and expect nervousness, as for being younger then anyone don't worry about that it shouldn't be a problem Im only 19 and I'm a store manager must everyone I work with... More
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Answered By: Noah Powell - 6/20/2012
 
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