I went to get a job. I was promised to call back. What do you think will call back? Or is there a zero chance?

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Tinana
Tinana
Answered 20 November 2014 18:19
If the refusal was not given immediately after the conversation, there is always a chance that they will call back. Nevertheless, a lot depends on the specific reaction that potential employers had during your interview. If you have not noticed a particular interest in the interviewer's eyes, then it is better not to wait for the call and continue to go to the interviews. If you still call back - there will be a pleasant surprise. In addition to interest in your candidacy, there are many other factors that can influence the decision of employers. For example, high competition among applicants. In any case, no need to despair and give up.

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