March 15, 2008 9:41pm CST
Well about 2 weeks ago I had an interview for a part time job for advertising as Subway. I haven't heard anything from it since. I was wondering whether I should just give up and look for another job or if I should call them up? I only want a part time job to fit around my degree course and this one was ideal as it was really flexible and so was completly what I wanted.
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18 Mar 08
i think you'd better to call them up,since you have known little about it.what's more,you may get a surprising job chance through the further contact. any way,you have no loss by doing it.why not have a try and give yourself a chance? you can make a better and more reasonable decision after the call.good luck!
16 Mar 08
my dear friend, i don't know how is thehabit in your country about calling the company to ask whether you accepted or not. in my country if there is no notification in two weeks it means that we are not qualified enough to get those job. so we don't need to call the company about this one. but i think we able to feel do we match with job or not during the interview. don't worry, just callthem if you need to do it and make sure that you also post another job vacancy rather than just be quit without do nothing while waiting your second call from those company
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16 Mar 08
It's always a good idea to call the contact person from the interview that you'd gone to a few days afterward cuz then they'll know you're really interested in and eager for the job. Even though it's been two weeks since you'd had the interview, you should still give them a call cuz ya never know, they may still be weeding through all their applicants. Best wishes!
16 Mar 08
I think you should call them up and ask about the job so if you are not hire, you can look for another job. However, You should always look for more than 3 available jobs, so if one fail you go to others. It's safe and quick for you. You don't need to waste your time of waiting and hoping for one job. Which one answer you first you go for it. Good luck!