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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Asking for an update after an interview is acceptable. It gives the interviewer an additional perspective and input. Not every interview is the same, so it is important to adapt to the situation.

    Asking for an update after an interview is acceptable. It gives the interviewer an additional perspective and input. Not every interview is the same, so it is important to adapt to the situation.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The average amount of time it takes to hear back about a job interview is about two weeks. However, most job-seekers hear back within a week. Some employers may give you a call sooner, if they feel you might be a perfect fit for the job.

    The average amount of time it takes to hear back about a job interview is about two weeks. However, most job-seekers hear back within a week. Some employers may give you a call sooner, if they feel you might be a perfect fit for the job.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    If you haven’t receive any response even after a week, it means that the interviewer is probably not interested in hiring you. You can simply send a mail for ask for an update.

    If you haven’t receive any response even after a week, it means that the interviewer is probably not interested in hiring you. You can simply send a mail for ask for an update.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    You can say, Hi [Hiring Manager's Name], I'm happy to hear the [job title] position I interviewed for is still open. I hope all is well. I just wanted to follow up with an update on the timeline or status of that position. Dear [Hiring Manager's Name], I hope all is well. I just wanted to follow upRead more

    You can say,

    1. Hi [Hiring Manager’s Name], I’m happy to hear the [job title] position I interviewed for is still open. I hope all is well. I just wanted to follow up with an update on the timeline or status of that position.
    2. Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name], I hope all is well. I just wanted to follow up on the timeline or status of that position you were interviewing me for on [date of interview]. I’m still very interested in that position.
    3. Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name], I have not received any word about that position since our interview on [date of interview]. Would it be possible to get a response regarding the status of that position by [date]? Thank you.
    4. Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name], I have not received any word about the timeline or status of that position you were interviewing me for on [date of interview]. I am still interested in the position and would like to be considered for the role. Can I ask if there are any updates on this position?
    5. Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name], I have not received any update regarding the timeline or status of that position you interviewed me for on [date of interview]. I would appreciate an update as I’m still interested in the position and would like to be considered for the role.
    6. Dear [Hiring Manager’s Name], I haven’t heard anything since our interview on [date of interview]. I hope all is well. Could you let me know what the status of that position is?
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