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Mar 5, 2018

I'm still waiting for a position I interviewed for in November. I was recently notified that I was still in the running so I'm not sweating it. I'm comfortable in m current position and it has a lot of room for growth.

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Mar 5, 2018

nah man. The longer the wait, the higher the probability of it being a no offer. Don't wait, keep applying or doing what you do.

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Mar 5, 2018

When is it acceptable to reach out to HR and ask for feedback if ever?

Mar 5, 2018

After you apply, you should usually hear back within 3 weeks if they want to interview you. This can vary though depending on the size of the firm.

After an interview, you should be following up a week to two weeks after if they haven't sent you an update. Obviously, there will be exceptions to this. If it's been a month I'd say more than likely they passed on you.

Mar 5, 2018

YMMV but usually HR won't give you feedback. Reach out to the hiring manager in 1 week. If you're just waiting for HR, realize you might not even get picked for in person interview, so don't even stress over it.

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Mar 6, 2018

I would personally be cautious of any company that makes you wait for any extended period of time. If a company can't get back to you quickly, then that speaks of their ability to organize & come to a consensus as well as their decision making process. I would give any company a max of 2 weeks on any aspect of a hiring cycle (time in between rounds of interviews, time to make a offer, etc). If they make you wait much longer than that, then I would re-consider if that is a company that I want to work for.

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Mar 6, 2018

Technically, I'm still waiting for reply for a 2017 summer internship

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Mar 7, 2018
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