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Old 07-15-2019, 08:55 AM
 
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I had an interview 2 weeks ago and heard nothing. Would it be rude to call and ask if the position was filled? I still have a job at My current school, but need to change rooms. I want to know so that I donít move rooms and then have to pack up and move to a new school if I got the job. I doubt I got the job after going two weeks and hearing nothing.


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At this point, I would assume the position has been filled. But after two weeks, I don't think it's rude to ask. I'd call and if no one answers, send an email instead. I think that would be more likely to get answered than a voicemail.

Did they tell you anything in the interview about when you'd hear something? If not, for future reference I'd recommend asking that at the end of interviews. That way you're not just waiting for weeks on end.
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Iíd call and ask. It canít hurt.
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