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Asked by rajvanti on July 28, 2019

I applied for a position with one company almost 26 days ago. The status says "in progress" but the position is no longer on their career website. What does this mean? I also applied to another company for two different positions about 30 days ago. The one application status says "under review" and the other application says "resume received". For the "under review" status, is that a good sign? How long does this process usually take?

HPE, Avery Dennison have responded.

Unfortunately, there is not a way to determine how long the hiring/application process can take at any given company. Typically speaking, if the role is no longer available on the website, it is likely they…

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Asked by Kate on July 18, 2019

I received a verbal offer and a written offer letter from the person who would be my manager. They've been my point of contact and recruiter, not anyone from HR. Is that normal? 

Worthington, HP, HPE, Avery Dennison have responded.

Congratulations on the job offer! Companies and organizations have their own set practices by which they extend job offers, some do so through the hiring manager while others communicate offers through an HR…

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Asked by La'Toya on June 28, 2019

I applied for Quest Diagnostics my review status was in review now the review status is requisition closed! What exactly does this mean?

Avery Dennison, Pitney Bowes have responded.

Typically when the status changes from "in review" to "closed" it means the hiring team has made a decision and you will be notified soon regarding their decision. This could mean that the team has chosen a…

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Asked by Rutikaba on June 24, 2019

Which languages should I learn to get an entry-level job as a web designer? I have sufficient knowledge of HTML and CSS, in addition, I have basic knowledge of JavaScript and PHP. Thank you.

HP, HPE have responded.

You are definitely on the right track with HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP.  The KEY for your resume and job search is for you to list specific projects where you used these languages to produce work…

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Asked by Michelle on July 1, 2019

Hi! I'm a recent graduate from the University of Southern California with a Business Administration major. I became interested in management consulting after the recruiting cycle has ended. How can I break into the industry now that the common recruiting cycle is over? Thanks!

Worthington, HP have responded.

Congrats! The best way to get exposure to a particular industry is to see if there are any meet up groups, attend conferences, or connect to folks on LinkedIn. You can search for companies that you're interested…

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