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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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I had a phone interview on May 16 and was asked to go in person interview on May 17. On May 23 I got a job offer from Aetna

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From first call from recruiter to job offer was about three weeks.

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I was offered the position the day after the interview.

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I had an initial phone interview 3 1/2 weeks ago; the hiring manager interview was two weeks ago and I was supposed to be contacted by a local recruiter last week which has not happened yet - a little bit longer of a process than what I’m used to .

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I applied on September 13th, 2017. Interviewed on September 25th, 2017. Background check completed on October 13th, 2017. Start date October 30th. (New Albany)

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I am 5 weeks into the hiring process in Orlando. I have had 1 FaceTime interview and 3 phone interviews. Submitted my resume, filled out an application and am now in the process of filling out a second application. Hopefully it will be worth the extrememly long process and the wait.

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Was hired on the spot at a job fair.

Answered - Data Analyst (Former Employee) - Cranbury, NJ

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My position had a six month hiring process from initial application to start date. It really depends on the hiring manager and their timelines.

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About 6 weeks

Answered - Network Coordinator (Current Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL

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It depends on the recruiter/hiring manager. When I was hired at Aetna the first time (I left them a few years ago), I had interviewed for a new team that was starting in August...I didn't get a call-back for employment for a month and a half later, for a different team that was starting in October.

I was unemployed at the time, so it was all right for me, but...it's ridiculous how long some of their recruitment timeframes work.

Recently, I had another interview for them (phone screen, face to face) and am waiting to hear back regarding possible employment status.

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