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ABOUT RECRUITERS WHO DIDN´T RESPOND POSITIVELY OR NEGATIVELY TO JOB APPLICATIONS

2022-07-19
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About Recruiters Who didn´t Respond Positively or Negatively to Job Applications

It can be frustrating to apply for a job and not receive a response, but it´s important to remember that recruiters and hiring managers are often very busy and may not have the time to respond to every application they receive. However, if you have not heard back from a recruiter after a reasonable amount of time, you may want to consider reaching out to follow up on your application. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you decide to follow up:

1. Be polite and professional:

It´s important to remember that even if you don´t get the job, the recruiter or hiring manager may be able to refer you to other opportunities or provide feedback on your application.

2. Keep it brief:

Your follow-up should be brief and to the point. Thank the recruiter for considering your application and politely inquire about the status of your application or whether there are any updates you should be aware of.

3. Offer to provide additional information:

If you think there may be something missing from your application, you can offer to provide additional information or to clarify any questions the recruiter may have.

It´s important to remember that not every job opportunity will work out, and it´s okay to move on and continue looking for other opportunities. However, following up on your application can be a good way to show your interest and initiative and may help you stand out in the job search process.

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