Is it ok to go in and check on a job application?
I've heard that it is good to call to check up on a job application, but what if you went in and asked. Plus I handed it in on Tuesday. It's now Thursday. Should I wait another day or two, or is it alright to check on it today?
Why don't you give them a call and query it. It shows that you are keen, but not pushy. Be polite and suggest you haven't heard back, and how long should you wait. If you prefer to go in, then do it at an appropriate time (a less busy period), and be friendly and look smart. Good luck.
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