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jordansangalang
jordansangalang
5,042 Points

Career Advice

I applied for a position at a company that I previously worked for as an intern last year. The position is similar to the one I have now, so 'being qualified' isn't necessarily a concern. Obviously being the right fit for their team is a completely different story.

The recruiter originally called my on 7/9. Conversation wen't very well. He was going to inquire about 2 different positions for me.

I followed up a week later on 7/16, and received the dreaded 'I'll know more soon...' email. It has officially been 2 weeks since our last communication and 3 weeks since our initial phone call.

How much longer should I wait to reach out? Should I reach back out at all? Any advice is much appreciated

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,921 Points

Just my opinion, but you already followed up, so in the same situation I'd just assume the recruiter isn't reliable, or wasn't being entirely honest, and either way moving on seems like the best tactic.

I could imagine being a bit more persistent with a job you really wanted, but not with a recruiter. Why not give a few others a chance to place you? You don't have to wait on them to call you first.

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