There is no simple answer because it depends on multiple factors, such as the type of role, industry, and employer.
However, according to research conducted, the hiring process took an average of 23.8 days in the United States. This duration varies considerably from country to country, and even from city to city within the U.S.
It's a very rough estimate of what you might expect at each step. Application - 1-3 weeks after submission to schedule a phone interview Phone interview - under one week to schedule an in-person interview
First-round in-person interview - 1-2 weeks to schedule a second interview Second-round in-person interview- 1-2 weeks to schedule a third interview or inform you of the organization’s decision
Another one of those questions with no simple solution is this one. Although it's very uncommon, some people get the first job they apply for, while others may look for the ideal position for months or even years.
Factors influencing how long it will take for you include: - State of the industry; - State of the economy and unemployment;
- Candidate’s qualifications and experience; - Number of jobs in the industry available; - Dedication and time spent on the job search.
Don't stop your job hunt while you're waiting to hear back about a position. Continue to hunt for and apply for new positions.
You won't just prevent putting all your eggs in one basket, but if you hear excellent news from several employers, you might even be able to use that to your advantage and negotiate offers.