... Does it usually take to be contacted, for either good or bad reasons? I'm a recent college grad, and I had an interview with an educational research company last Thursday for a position (kind of a small office, about 15 employees) and I thought it went very, very smoothly. I was interviewed by the Senior V.P. for nearly 30 minutes and was very on top of things and intelligent with my responses; she even became comfortable and started making smalltalk with me about her daughter and how I remind her of one of her old friends. I then did the same thing with the V.P. who interviewed me afterwards. I also wrote two thank you letters to them both and mailed them out the next day (Friday). It's now Tuesday afternoon, and my super confident attitude is slowly being replaced by doubts as the days go by lol. I'm kind of figuring that if they were interested they would have let me know by now since it's such a tiny company, but most people are telling me not to call until at least a week has gone by. I guess the one fault I had was not asking about the follow-up process. What's the best way to go about this?