How long do you wait for a job interview after applying?
Never wait. Keep applying. Some companies act like they have no urgency to hire people. Some even have people go through a three step process and jump through all kinds of hoops. So it's best not to give them the power. That way, by the time they get back to you, you may already be working somewhere else.
You don't! Instead you keep applying to other companies.
Having "options" is self-empowering. If you're kicking back waiting by the phone for one company to call you then you're giving them all the power.
Your resume and cover letter should impress them enough to think; "If we don't hurry up and interview this person some other company will hire them." You're selling your skills.
A company hires you because they believe YOU can help them.
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