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Job Interview | How Long to Wait for a Follow Up

So is this scenario familiar: job interview goes well and then you wait for the call back The agony of waiting continues with checking your phone every five minutes. Aaron Marino of alpha m. feels your pain. He talks about how and when to follow-up.

The first thing that sets you apart is to send a 'thank you' email. Second, wait two weeks to follow-up. Email them with, "I met with you two weeks ago. I was wondering if you have any questions for me that I can answer. Here's my number if you would like to give me a call". Patience is a virtue. Keep yourself occupied, exercise, and look for other jobs.

Congrats in advance!


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Job Interview | Write a Killer Resume  -
December 19, 2012
Write a Killer Resume that Lands an Interview Before you go to your next job interview, go to this website to pump-up your resume. Aaron Marino of alpha m. emphases how your resume needs to paint the best picture of you as possible. Your resume is like a product brochure of yourself. Selling yourself to your prospect employer is your main goal. Make sure your resume is saying the right thing aboutRead More»
Write a Killer Resume | Get the Job! -
December 19, 2012
How to Write a Killer Resume that Lands an Interview Before you go to your next job interview, go to this website to pump-up your resume. Aaron Marino of alpha m. emphases how your resume needs to paint the best picture of you as possible. Your resume is like a product brochure of yourself. Selling yourself to your prospect employer is your main goal. Make sure your resume is saying the right thinRead More»
Job Interview | Common Interviewing Mistakes -
November 12, 2012
Let's be honest. You've worked hard to get where you are professionally so don't blow the interview. Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives advice for interviewing. Research the company prior to the interview. Also make sure to show interest and enthusiasm about working for this company.  Next, need to make sure that you are warm, friendly, and have a sense of humor. But don't try to be all things to alRead More»
Job Interview | Tip #3 Know What Will Be Asked -
October 29, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses what happens when you go in for the interview. Being prepared for the questions and answers is very important. (1) Tell me about yourself: sell yourself (2) Why did you leave your last job: have a nice canned answer that is fluffy (3) What do you know about our company: do your homework ahead of time (4) Why do you want to work here (5) Tell me about your experieRead More»

Job Interview | Tip #2 Competitive Edge -
October 25, 2012
65% of bosses say that clothing can be the deciding factor between two candidates. Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses the impact of image during the interview process. Your clothing choices help you to get that job over your competition. Being put together and presentable gives you the competitive edge. Read More»
Job Interview | Tip #1 Bland Is Best -
October 22, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. offers interview image tips to make the best first impression. Alpha's first tip is that bland is best. Your clothing places a critical role in the non-verbal communicating. 70% of employers polled say that they don't want employees that are fashion forward or trendy. Go in with a clean-cup persona and personal demeanor. Don't offend or take a chance outside of the box. Read More»
Resume and Cover Letter Advice | Templates and Tips -
October 2, 2012
Resume Templates Resume Writing Tips Careerbuilder.com Resumes and Cover Letters Need some guidance about resume and cover letter composition? Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives his advice and suggestions to viewers.  The resume helps you get the foot in the door and must be well done. Alpha shares links for where to go to get templates and tips.The interview is the most important part as you can looRead More»
Job Interview | Preparation -
May 15, 2012
Interview Questions Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives a run-down about job interview prep. As previously discussed, always over-dress with a tie & jacket and arrive 15-minutes ahead of your scheduled interview time. Also, be polished and clean shaven. Make a resume regardless of your job experience and age. So, how can you be even more prepared? Review the questions that the interviewer could askRead More»
Job Interview | Communication -
February 17, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. gives a few key, essential, and non-verbal communications for a successful job interview: Don't spray too much cologne before going into the interview. Try to have as neutral of a scent as possible. Arrive 15-minutes in advance with your resume in a leather binder or carrying case. Don't show up sooner than 15-minutes or you will look desperate. When you step into the ofRead More»

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