You submitted just the resume they were looking for, breezed through the phone interview, had a long first interview and were invited back for a second. The second interview went well and you’ve been informed that they will make a decision in the next two weeks. The relationship seems to be developing nicely and you’re thinking this just might be “the one”. So what can you do (and NOT do) during those two weeks to ensure that your name stays top-of-mind without being a pest and sabotaging your chances?
A follow-up plan will help you accomplish the positive touch points while avoiding the impulse to check in too frequently, potentially giving the impression that you’re desperate. And sometimes we ARE desperate (or at least feel that way), during a job search, but giving that impression will hurt your chances of getting an offer.
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