Originally Posted by MasterOfReality
Yeah I wouldn't stress about it.
I find its usually around 1-2 weeks before you hear back. My shortest time to hear back was in the first interview itself (phone interview with mining manager, had not even visited the site) when I was offered the job. The longest was around 2 months later when I got a call back. I had actually written this job off in my mind as I was told there were over 100 applicants.
But in all my past interviews, I have never had to ask when I should be hearing back from them - it was laid out in the interview.
Maybe 1 week at the longest, but 2 weeks seems a bit long. I think the 2 months was probably something like, they hired the person that they thought was the best candidate, but he ended up leaving so they called any other candidates they liked. Most of the other candidates probably found another job during that time.
I agree with Big T
in that an employer, if they like you, will generally give you some sort of timetable. If they say they're interviewing for the next 2 weeks, then that is when you can expect something that late.
Also - it's too late now, but if you can acquire the email addresses of anyone (or ask for business cards after each interview) that interviewed you, you should send them an email with the following:
-thanking them for their time
-that you're a good candidate
-and leaving it open to answer any questions that they may be hesitant on in your skillset.