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If none of the 3 interviewers have replied to my thank you email from my interview Tuesday morning (sent Tuesday evening), safe to say I didn't get the job? 😩

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Relax. People are busy


Doesn't mean a thing


In my experience, the offer usually comes the next business day. But YMMV.


It doesn't matter about the interviewers. In my experience, when I have been hired, I have always received the offer immediately within 1-2 days of the final interview. In one case guy took me down to coffee shop and hired me right after the final interview in person. That was my best gig!


Not everyone responds to the email, don't sweat it, I rarely write back to a thank you but I've hired plenty of the folks that sent the notes


Sometimes the interviewer isn't the person that extends the offer. They submit recommendations to HR then HR takes it from there. And we all know how efficient HR can be...


I did take it, OP :)


Do not reply, holy shit, leave it alone, you start to look desperate


😩 oh well I was under qualified anyway. Sigh, thought I was on my way to industry...

Also a lot of people are in summer vacation. Give it a week.

Thanks y'all. At this point more concerned with the radio silence for three days, but yeah, I'll give it a week before jumping to conclusions. But in my experience, the *ding* usually comes on a Friday, so hopefully tomorrow is not what they're waiting for...

I heard nothing from Deloitte for almost 2 months. Then got an offer.

Haha well, I think consulting is different. They're hiring 1 person for 1 position here; they're not going to dick around for weeks and weeks.

When I get emails from interviewees I don't even read them let along respond to them

Don't stress, they probably have a lot of internal things to figure out in regards to hiring too.

Yes. This is a huge deal.

IMHO industry people care less about thank you emails.. More of a consulting thing I feel

And please, take your cover letter and throw it in the trash

I got my offer from industry more than a month after I interviewed. I actually had almost forgotten about it altogether

Why didn't you take it Pwc 2

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