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Many job seekers become elated after having been granted that prized interview. After all, it is extremely easy for our online applications and electronically-submitted resumes to forever disappear... Read More

  1. Visit  gypsy724 profile page
    #26 0
    I usually send thank yous after interviews but today I experienced a new situation.

    Should I send a thank you for an interview for a state (prison) job? The HR contact was not the interviewer although I do have their names. Also, there were two interviewers. In this case, do I simply address two separate thank yous in their respective names to the prison address?
  2. Visit  starmickey03 profile page
    #27 0
    Sorry to bring up such an old post but I have a question. I was interviewed one week ago for a position at s company that I previously worked for. The DON told me that they would check my references and then I would hear from HR. A few days ago she emailed me and said they only had one reference left to check. I still haven't heard anything from HR. I assumed I would hear something yesterday or at the latest today, but nothing.
    I received another job offer yesterday but would rather accept the other position if offered.
    So should I email the DON from the interview and tell her that I have another job offer and need a definite yay or nay? I don't want to come off as pushy but I really need an answer asap.
  3. Visit  TheCommuter profile page
    #28 0
    Quote from starmickey03
    I don't want to come off as pushy but I really need an answer asap.
    I know you posted this more than a month ago. Which job did you end up taking?

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