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How to Respond to a Job Offer: A Step-by-Step Process

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Receiving a job offer after a long interview and application process is an exciting accomplishment. And once you receive a job offer, you’ll want to ensure that you respond to it with professionalism and care. The way that you initially respond to a job offer can dictate how much time that you have to provide a formal acceptance or decline of the offer, the way that you approach...

Should I Take a Job I Don’t Want?

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Searching for a new job can be hard and exhausting. And if you finally received a job offer, you may be tempted to make the leap to a new position. However, if you’re reading this article, there’s a good chance that the job offer that you received is one that you’re not particularly excited about. In this post, we share five rules to help you decide whether or not you should...

How to Resign Professionally: 5 Essential Rules

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Resigning from your job is an emotional process for all sides. It’s a big life transition for the person leaving the job and is challenging for the employer as they now need to find a quality replacement. Ultimately, when you’re resigning from your job, you want to do it professionally and leave on good terms. And it’s in your best interest to do that for a variety of reasons...

How to Evaluate a Job Offer

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Evaluating a job offer is an imperfect science, but it’s one that’s important to get right. To help you in that process, this article provides seven criteria that are important in evaluating a job offer. The criteria are largely inspired by the book What Color is Your Parachute, which lays out key factors for job satisfaction in the Petal Exercise. After walking through those...

Should I Take a Job Offer or Wait for Something Better

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Choosing whether or not to accept a job offer is an important decision. Your job has a massive impact on your life and accepting the wrong job offer can have a variety of implications. On the flip side, if you pass up on a great opportunity, you could find that you’re looking back in a few months and kicking yourself for what could have been.  This article is to help you in the process of...

How To Decline a Job Offer Due to Salary (With Sample Response)

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At the end of the day, salary is one of the most important factors when deciding on a job offer. And as excited as you might be about an opportunity, there are many cases where the salary that you’re looking for, and the budget that the company has available, simply aren’t aligned. In cases like what I described above, you’ll have to decline a job offer due to salary. And...

How to Decline a Job Offer After Accepting

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You complete an interview. You receive a job offer. You’re excited and you accept it. But after the initial excitement wears off, you find that you’re starting to have second thoughts. Maybe it doesn’t feel like as great of a fit as you first thought. Or possibly your current employer came back with a strong counter offer that’s compelling you to stay. However it happened...

How to Decline a Job Offer Without Burning a Bridge

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Getting to the end of an interview process and receiving a job offer is an exciting accomplishment. However, just because you received a job offer, it doesn’t mean that it’s the right fit for you. And, ideally, you want to be interviewing in a place where you can be selective about what offer you take to try and find the perfect fit for you. So if you find yourself in a position where...

How To Tell Your Manager That You’re Quitting

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Deciding to quit your job, whether to work for another company, start your own business, or just to take a break from work can be an exciting time. However, it is also a time that can be filled with a lot of nerves. And one of the most common things that people are nervous about is how to tell their manager that they’re quitting.  To help you navigate what has the potential to be an...

Got a Job Offer But Have Another Interview: What To Do

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If you’re in a situation where you received a job offer, but have another interview with another company, you’ve got a good problem on your hands. A good problem in the sense that you have received a job offer, which is fantastic. And that you may potentially receive another one on top of it. If that’s you, take a moment to celebrate your situation. However, you are still in a...

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