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How to ask if they made a decision on the job opening

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Submitted: 10 years ago.
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Expert:  Marie replied 10 years ago.
Hi, very simple, call and ask to speak to human resources or whom ever is responsible for doing the hiring. Tell them who you are and that you had an interview and were wondering if they had made decision. If they say no, tell them that are feel that you are an excellent candidate for the job and look forward to hearing from them soon. This could give an edge to show them you really want the job. If they say, they have hired someone else, ask them if they could talk to you for two minutes. Ask they why you did not qualify for the job, and what you could do or change,that would make your a better candidate in the future. This will also help you, because if you had a weakness, it shows you want to fix it and they may see you are willing to learn. All jobs interviews are tough. And you always second guess yourself after, should of said this, should of said that. Don't ever be afraid to ask what you could have done better, that way you will learn. If you have any other questions, please ask.

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