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What Should I Do If I Don’t Hear Back After a Good Interview?

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Question:I recently interviewed for a new job.I thought the interview went well but it has been three weeks and I haven't heard anything regarding my application.I've followed up with the HR Director and she never responded. Is this common?What can I do?
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