“Application under review” usually means that your information is being reviewed to determine if you are a good candidate for the position.
Under review means that the application is being viewed by the HR manager. Considering means after reviewing all applications, they have narrowed down the candidates (very good opportunities) to those with the best skills and experience that match the job requirements.
It usually takes one to two weeks before you receive feedback after an application. An employer can respond more quickly if the job is a high priority or if the organization is small and efficient. It can also occasionally take longer for an employer to respond to a job application or resume submission.
Under review The recruitment process is ongoing, but no candidate has been selected yet. This status is displayed to all applicants during the selection, introduction and recommendation process until a candidate is selected.
Active applications are marked as either submitted (meaning pending review) or under review (still good news). Your application status should be updated when your application is reviewed, which will then be reflected in your applicant portal.
Considered means nothing. You have just submitted the application. This has nothing to do with your qualifications. Much of “considered” becomes “no longer considering” when a recruiter finally has time to attend to your application.
: Think about (something) before making a decision or forming an opinion We will take your experience into account when deciding who gets the job.
Multiple candidates under consideration
Those who are still under consideration remain “in progress”, while applications from candidates who are no longer under consideration are now marked as “closed”.
There’s no hard and fast rule on how long it takes for employers to get back to you with a job offer (or a rejection). The hiring process can vary from employer to employer, the type of job you are applying for and the industry in which you work. You could get an offer in a day or two, or it could take weeks.
Applied means they have received your application, pending means they are verifying your information, and no longer pending means you are stuck in the hiring process or they are no longer accepting applications for the position .
“under consideration” means you were not eliminated.
Under review means that the application has been reviewed by Inspira and the recruitment process is ongoing. Recruitment complete means the process has ended with the selection of another applicant.
“Pending” means that the application is being reviewed by different managers in different departments and/or the application has been selected by a manager and background checks and work history are being reviewed. Vote positive.
DEFINITIONS1. To think about a specific fact or detail and allow it to have some influence when you make a decision. The experience of the candidate must be taken into account. Synonyms and related words. Think carefully or a lot about things.
This is an example of ‘whiz deletion’: ‘The first thing [what was/was/is/will] be considered…’, so the ed form (past participle) remains. as the correct form.
When a recruiter tells you they will be in touch to discuss next steps, that’s usually a good sign. That doesn’t necessarily mean you’re the first choice, but at least you’re making progress towards employment. It’s good, the recruiter is interested.