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It's not "Just Two Minutes" I'm going to answer the underlying problem you're approaching this. Here's your point of view, as best as I can summarize it: "Why aren't they answering? It'll only take just two minutes to type off a response to my question" And here's the thing you'll learn after you've spent years on the job: there's no ...


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Should i take this as a red flag and just stop going forward? Nope, instead you should continue trying to secure internship somewhere else until you will actually sign the paperwork. It's the same process as when job hunting, you continue looking until the paperwork is signed by all parties.


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It is a reddish flag The old and worn wisdom about interviews being a two-way street applies here. As others pointed out, internships are usually a low priority, it takes time to arrange a meeting, it is a holiday season, COVID-19 complicates everything, etc. But, where does that leave you? Let's us suppose you continue process with this company and they ...


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In my experience, human resource departments are among the most bureaucratic places in a company, and much less enthusiastic and responsive than many others. Employment is one of the more regulated areas in a company so that not all the blame falls directly on the HR workers, but it also appears to me that it attracts people who thrive in these conditions. ...


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Just send them an email and say that you have two other offers and that you really want to work with this company and could they beyso kind as to give you feedback on your application status, or failing that when they will be able to give you feedback. Typically once you have more than one in-person meeting with a company (I guess a video conversation in ...


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