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how long to hear back after a job interview

How Long to Hear Back After an Interview?

If you’re wondering how long it takes to hear back from a job interview, then keep reading. I’m going to share: How long it takes to hear back after a phone interview How long to hear back after an in-person interview Why it takes so long to hear back from interviews overall, and the top […]

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15 Best Follow Up Email Subject Lines and Templates for Job Seekers

Imagine this… You went on an interview last week, didn’t hear back, and just sent a followup email. You check your inbox the next day and your stomach sinks- no new messages. Still nothing. The reality is the follow up email subject line you choose is important, and the email is too. You want an answer but you can’t send […]

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No Response After an Interview? Here’s How to Follow Up By Email

You finished your interview, went home excited to hear back, but now what? Maybe it’s been a few days (or weeks) and you haven’t heard anything. In this article, I’m going to show you how to send a follow-up email after an interview if you’ve gotten no response, including: How to politely ask for an […]

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How to ask about next steps in interview process

How to Ask About Next Steps in the Interview Process

If you’re looking for how to ask about next steps in the interview process, you’re in the right place. I’m going to walk you through how to ask about next steps in the hiring process at the end of your interview, and via email if you forget to ask face-to-face. Let’s get started… Finish Your […]

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Is 2 Weeks Notice Standard?

Is 2 Weeks Notice Required? (And What Happens if You Don’t Give Notice)

A two-week notice is considered standard by most employers in the US and many other countries. However, you’re not legally required to give a two-week notice (or any notice at all) in most states in the US. For example, in Massachusetts, employment is considered “at-will” and can be terminated by either side at any time […]

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