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Is it proper to call an employer after an interview to inquire about the position being filled?

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2005-09-21 12:50:31
2005-09-21 12:50:31

It really depends on the company, and the person hiring, I suppose. I can say, that years ago, husband and I owned a small company. We were interviewing for a graphic artist. After interviewing one person, the next day, we received a 'special delivery' letter from him, thanking us for the interview and expressing his desire to work for our company. He got the job.

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