You might have only had to do a single interview, but potential employers are likely conducting many. This is only one reason to not follow up too soon.
Step one: don't panic. There is more than one reason a company could decide to repost a job for which you've interviewed.
No matter the situation, always be prepared to answer, "What do you know about our company?" Even the best candidates can be turned down otherwise.
Until you finally hear back from a job interview, it's important to remember that patience will serve you best. Here's what to do while you wait.
Eye contact, body language, honesty. Here are 20 things you should expect an interviewer to be looking for during a job interview.
Long or short, the truth is there's no standard length for job interviews. But here are some clues to help you figure out if yours was a success or not.
A recruiter wants to bring you on board after an interview, but first they need your references. Learn to make a reference sheet so you can land the job.
If no one responds after you try to follow up after a job interview, any of these twelve reasons might be why they have yet to get back to you.
Your main objective should be to draw a line between your goals and those of the company when answering the question, "Why do you want to work here?"