HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO HEAR BACK FROM AN EMPLOYER?//You have crossed off a lot of things on your checklist: applying for the job, getting invited for an interview, and completing the interview. You are feeling proud of yourself and ready to take on the world only to have days, even weeks pass without hearing a single word back from anyone. Well my lovely job seekers, I am here to inform you that there are reasons for this delay and it doesn’t always relate back to you in a personal way. I share a few reasons within this week’s video why there can be a delay from hearing back from an employer. You may be surprised to find out that sometimes there is a perfectly legit explanation that can possibly be out of their control. When you live in a society of people pushing the idea of instant fame, instant millions, or even instant weight loss, it’s hard not to assume everything else should be done in a quick fashion. This type of thinking will only lead you to experience constant let down and frequent moments of giving up on your dreams and/or goals. So sit back and make sure to take notes because this video may just save you from drowning yourself in negativity.
Resources Mentioned In Video:
“3 Reasons You Haven’t Heard Back On Your Interview”:
“How To Keep The Dialogue Going After An Interview”:
“When And How To Follow-Up After An Interview”:
FREE Guide: 21 Pieces of Career Advice for Underrepresented Populations:
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I’m the founder and CEO of Jennifer Tardy, LLC where we are on a mission to forge successful careers at the intersection of employers and historically underrepresented populations (UPs).
What is an underrepresented population?
An underrepresented group describes a subset of a population that holds a smaller percentage within a significant subgroup than the subset holds in the general population.
Here is a great example. If Amazon employs a smaller percentage of African Americans at its company than is representative in the general population, then African Americans are considered an underrepresented population.
About Jennifer Tardy
I am a career coach, strategist, and consultant. Our organization provides coaching and training to job seekers who are members of underrepresented populations (UPs). In addition, we provide consulting to employers seeking to attract, recruit and retain UPs.
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