I applied - in-store - to Waterstones on August 2nd. I could only speak quite briefly with the manager who received my application; he seemed kind, quite funny and I felt that even though I was clearly a little nervous (since I really, REALLY want this job, I'm a book lover) we seemed to click in a way that seemed good to me. It helps that I saw he was impressed with a lot of my answers, too, lmao - and I know that my CV and cover letter were both pretty brilliant, so...
Fast forward to today, 11th August - note, the manager I spoke to hadn't had a chance to read my CV and covering letter beforehand, so the chat was all quite casual and a little rushed but he told me that a recruitment team would be in touch to follow up. I wasn't given an estimate of how long this would take, just told that they'd get in contact. But, since I'm used to following up with jobs - I'm just wondering if anyone here had some advice on a maximum time they'd leave before they called or if I should wait out the standard two weeks, etc. Thank you in advance!
Waterstones Job Application - how long should I wait before I follow up?
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