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Another dumb ol' job interview question thread
Mike Danger"Diane..."a place both wonderful and strangeRegistered Userregular
So as some people might recall, I had a phone interview a while back. It went well - at least, I thought it went really well (I kept hearing stuff from them like "excellent answer", "great answer", "that's similar to what we do here", etc)
I was told at the time "we'll be in touch in a couple of weeks" - that was three weeks ago. The position is still listed as open (so I assume they haven't found anyone yet), and I assume that Easter threw the timing of things off as well, but I feel like I should be giving these people a call. (The careers people at my college had advised me to send thank you notes after an interview but that totally slipped my mind at the time and I feel like it's too late to do something like that now.)
So, should I call them? (I feel like that's a definite yes, but maybe I shouldn't?) If so, what should I say? I was thinking something like: "Hi, John, I was really pleased to have the chance to interview with you, and I was wondering if you had any updates for me about the position."
I'd really like to land this one for a host of reasons, so any advice would be greatly appreciated!