Remember this, job offers are live, they are constantly changing. The job you applied for 2 months ago doesn't mean it's still there. My advice is to only start applying when you're sure of your relocation plan or, better yet, when you're in town and ready to treat your job search like a full-time job. You will generally receive a response about a job offer one to three weeks after the interview.
Most are within two weeks, but factors such as industry and type of work influence when an offer is made. The continuously low unemployment rate places candidates in positions of power throughout their professional careers. Most people know what they're worth, which reduces their patience when it comes to waiting to receive a job offer. According to the CareerBuilder survey, more than half of employees (55%) give up and leave if they don't hear from their employer within two weeks of applying.
Of course, we can't say with certainty what's going on within this company, but no job seeker should stop their search or pin their hopes on just one position until they receive a written offer from the company. Three weeks after his interviews with the candidates, he finally makes a decision and extends a job offer. Follow the schedule in the infographic below to see a breakdown of the time it normally takes to go from application to job offer. Ultimately, they don't reach the job offer stage and your company loses its status as a quality employer.
He interviewed them a week ago and is still evaluating with his co-workers and other hiring managers before making a job offer. It's been two weeks since they told me that they were approving a job offer to send me, my question is, why is it taking so long? Aren't they being able to approve the budget when they said they did? Wait at least a week before following up after the interview, unless they've indicated a specific schedule or date. I treated the job search like a full time job and paid myself well with some gifts when I got some interviews. If you know that you want to make a job offer, evaluate it quickly and send them the next step in the process.
If they tell the job seeker that it will be two weeks, then the job seeker must wait at least until those two weeks pass. Therefore, making them wait longer than promised is unnecessary and is considered disrespectful, and they may end up accepting a job offer from a competitor.