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Scheduling phone call with a recruiter

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( 6 months ago )

I've been working with a corporate recruiter and have been expecting to hear back about a job offer. I get an email today saying "let me know a good time to talk". I replied back and said I was free any time today if she wanted to schedule something, or to feel free to call at any time.

Is this considered ok or is it more appropriate in this situation to suggest a specific time?

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( 6 months ago )

Is this considered ok or is it more appropriate in this situation to suggest a specific time?

I don't see how saying you are available at any time can be unprofessional, so don't worry about that.

It seems you already replied back, so nothing that can be done again this time. However, next time someone asks you for a specific time it will be more efficient if you provided one, instead of giving an open answer like "any time is fine".

This will reduce unnecessary back-and-forth in the communication exchange, and also, as you were given the courtesy to suggest a time, still be polite and professional

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