How Long To Get A Call From Recruiter

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Old School's Comment
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You're not going to appear as a pest. They actually like pro-active people who are genuinely interested in getting the ball rolling.

Kimberly A. (Desert Belle's Comment
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Thank you Old School. That's what I needed to hear. 😀

Yellow_Wolf's Comment
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Is it better to call, text, email, one, two, all three? And what's the best time to call them? Because I would like to be proactive as possible instead of waiting for slow answers. Should I use the recruiters' numbers list on Driver Pulse?

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Anne A. (G13MomCat)'s Comment
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Is it better to call, text, email, one, two, all three? And what's the best time to call them? Because I would like to be proactive as possible instead of waiting for slow answers. Should I use the recruiters' numbers list on Driver Pulse?

Personally, I would send an e'mail stating 'hay, so and so... you have my application in hand, and I have a few questions, still unanswered. '

List them, bullet point style.

Next day, no e'mail, call and ask for so'and'so... and have the email at the ready. Just IMHO. Go OVER the questions asked, and unanswered.

Just my two cents; trucker's wife, trucker's life, haha!!

(Wish Brett would make that a drop down qualifier/quantifier, haha!)rofl-3.gif

Yellow_Wolf's Comment
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Is it better to call, text, email, one, two, all three? And what's the best time to call them? Because I would like to be proactive as possible instead of waiting for slow answers. Should I use the recruiters' numbers list on Driver Pulse?

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Personally, I would send an e'mail stating 'hay, so and so... you have my application in hand, and I have a few questions, still unanswered. '

List them, bullet point style.

Next day, no e'mail, call and ask for so'and'so... and have the email at the ready. Just IMHO. Go OVER the questions asked, and unanswered.

Just my two cents; trucker's wife, trucker's life, haha!!

(Wish Brett would make that a drop down qualifier/quantifier, haha!)rofl-3.gif

Emailing a list of questions in bullet point style sounds like a great idea and then over the phone if no reply. Excellent organization. thank-you-2.gif

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