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Fairly simple question: got a call from a job I applied for, missed the call, and she left a message. I called her back as soon as possible, was sent to her voice mail, left my name, reason for calling, number, etc. I didn't receive a call back for the rest of the day. I wasn't expecting a call back immediately, and I'm not freaking out or anything, but I figured I'd get out in front of this and ask now: what exactly is the best way to deal with missed calls and responding back in the coming days?
I did some searching on the topic, and seems like the consensus was saying that now that I've returned her call, I should leave her space to respond back, and that repeatedly leaving voice mail messages and/or annoying the receptionist isn't going to help my chances.
Is this sound advice? If so, is there a certain amount of time that goes by before I should try reaching her again?