Note: I'm purposely not saying what companies I've interviewed with and I know that it's probably getting hard to keep all of my vague references straight. Bear with me. After I've finally landed a job I'll account for my job search experience in greater detail.
Another note: Do you think it's wise to keep under wraps the names of companies you have dealt with when interviewing? I don't know what kind of repercussions can come from detailing the process but I suppose as long as you're not slinging mud it's probably okay. Regardless, I don't intend to reveal the companies until after I've gotten a position. For some reason it just feels better that way.
I still haven't heard back from the company I had the phone interview with. I'm finding job searching to a be a depressing endeavor. I'm really trying to temper my expectations for any job, even if an interview goes well because it seems that a rejection is the likeliest of outcomes.
I just got off the phone with a recruiter at a local tech company and I've got an interview set up for next Tuesday. So far, that's 4 initial interviews I've landed myself and 0 for the IT staffing agency I'm working with. I'll let you all know how it goes.
In the meantime, I'm still hoping to hear back from the previous company.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Monday, March 4, 2013
I just got off the phone with the representative from the IT staffing agency that I've been working with. If you remember, I was waiting to hear back from them regarding a potential job interview. No such luck. The company decided to interview some other candidates but not me. Oh well. Now I'm just waiting to hear back from the company that I had the phone interview with last week. In the meantime, I need to check out some job postings.