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But of course if they need someone to start in May and they've got someone else, you might be passed [email protected] Wandering Dev Manager It's asking the same things as a few of the related questions on the right which are all open and still on-topic.

Or perhaps "Available to start work June/July 2016" (Just don't write "Available: June-July 2016" because it might be assumed you are only looking for one month's worth of work!

) One possibility you could consider: perhaps you could work part time until your hard start date? If you get an interview, that will happen shortly after you apply, they don't delay the interview just because your start date might be distant.

If so you should include that on your cover letter and on your resume/C. It's also important to note that some recruiting processes can take months!!

There might be one interview and bam, you're in, but some will have a recruiter interview, then maybe a personality test, an aptitude test, then 2 more rounds of interviews: a company interview, then an interview by the actual people you will be working with. A friend who applied to teach in a prison had a 6 month process! It shows you are organised and that you plan ahead!

"I can't start a job until July (in 4 months)." - in the interviews you've already been scheduled to, attend and ask them when they're looking to hire someone.

Depending on their response, they may be wililng to wait until July.

I'm fairly convinced it's a duplicate but it's not off-topic. V reading "Available for work: (or just: Availability:) 21st July 2016 onwards" would be acceptable - probably with your other vital statistics at the top of your C. If it is 'soft' you might want to mention that e.g.

Nope - your situation is very normal in any industry (lots of people are on fixed contracts nowadays), but the most important thing is you must be clear and up-front about your availability Clearly write when you will be available in your application cover-letter, AND on your resume / C. write "Available for work: July 2016" instead of "21st July".

I'm used to waiting weeks or months to receive a response for my internship applications. I'm been getting responses and scheduled interviews within 2 days, and this worries me; I can't start a job until July (in 4 months).

Like a romantic relationship, I'm worried things are moving too fast.

I'm a recent graduate looking for a software-type job in Silicon Valley.