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  The Importance of Scheduling Proper Interview Time Frames  
 
When you are looking for a job, or a new job, it is easy to over schedule, especially if you have a limited amount of time in which to schedule interviews. The problem you may find with doing that is that you run the risk of cutting yourself short in the interview process, not something that will make you look very good. If you are scheduling more than one interview in the same day, you have to be very careful with your schedule. Do not be afraid to tell the interviewer that you would like to make other appointments and would like to know how much time to allow. Does it sound tacky? It does not when you compare it to allowing an hour for the interview and finding out it will take longer because they would like you to meet the department manager or take some skills testing.

It is essential to make sure you schedule enough time between interviews so that you do not have to reschedule one or more. Unless you know otherwise, it is probably best to schedule no more than two per day—one in the morning and one in the afternoon. That gives you plenty of time to spend with each interview without having to become concerned with being late for the next interview. No matter how badly you need a job you do not want to hurt your chances by scheduling too many interviews too close together. This is especially important if you are interviewing with temporary contractors since quite often you can expect to be there two or three hours, sometimes more.

Do not be afraid to tell the interviewer that you have something scheduled at such and such a time so that you can work around that schedule. Quite often, if the interviewer knows you have other interviews and they really want you, they will make a quick decision. This practice was more common in the past than it is now, but it still happens occasionally. Certainly it will depend how quickly the company needs to hire someone but you want to do everything right in order to make certain you will increase your chances for employment with that company. Making a transition from unemployed or underemployed to a new career depends how well you handle the initial interview—selling yourself to the company is the only way to ensure your success.




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