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    Question about protocol for job interview
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    sunflower1943 posted:
    HI - was just wondering what is the amount of time for a person to wait after applying for a job.

    I spoke with the hospital CEO last Thurs about a part-time job and she seemed interested in me - do I give it a week before I call to follow up or should I wait 2 weeks.

    Anyway, just wondering what is the best? thanks for your help.
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    rohvannyn responded:
    I'd say no more than a week. Just a quick follow up won't hurt.
    Roh

    'Your focus determines your reality.' --QGJ
     
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    darlyn05 responded:
    If I remember correctly 1 week is/was the standard timeframe after applying for employment. Good Luck!


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