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How long is too long to wait on a job offer?

Question by grimnamic: How long is too long to wait on a job offer?
My friend and I had and interview at an ad agency about 3 weeks ago. The interview went really well and the HR rep said they want us there, but we are going on a month without a hard offer. Is this normal and is there any insight as to why it may take this long to submit a job offer?

Best answer:

Answer by astralpen
You should call back in and tell them that you are still very interested in the position that you interviewed for and were wondering if you were still being considered and what their timeframe for making a decision is. Just be polite and they should give you a straight answer. If they don’t, you probably don’t want to work there anyway.

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4 Responses to “How long is too long to wait on a job offer?”

  • Sparky:

    Let’s make this easy – http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/

  • Kimberly R:

    They may still be interviewing other candidates. But 3 weeks is long enough for you to at least call them back and ask if they’ve made any decisions yet.

  • Khaz D:

    hey hey… umm best thing you can do is go in there and enquire or even ring up like: Hello i had an interview about 3 weeks ago? i was wondering if you have any updates? …. even a something thing like that… good luck :)

  • The Interview Coach:

    They should have given you some feedback by now. You should call them and ask for the status of your application. If they are still in the decision-making process request a definite date to contact them again. Get the name of the contact person who can give you the information you need.
    Use the interview follow up guidelines at the free website below to help you wth this.

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