Posts Tagged ‘ job offer ’

Issues to Discuss with Human Resources Before You Accept an Offer

October 24, 2012
Issues to Discuss with Human Resources Before You Accept an Offer

(The following is an article I wrote for The Daily Muse with a link below) After months of job search agony, you might have an urge to immediately accept any offer you receive. But before you give a final answer, take time to learn a little more about what the company has to offer. Remember,…

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Changing Jobs as a New Professional

November 13, 2011
Changing Jobs as a New Professional

In today’s economy, many college and graduate students are accepting job offers in companies they consider second tier. If their dream jobs from Google, Procter and Gamble, J.P. Morgan, IBM or McKinsey didn’t materialize, they may feel a little gun shy about pursuing other coveted companies- especially if it means turning down an expiring offer.…

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Creating Leverage with your Job Offer

September 27, 2011
Creating Leverage with your Job Offer

Many students don’t realize how much leverage they have when they receive one job offer. I recently spoke with Haley, a senior in college, who sought a summer marketing job in a healthcare company and was lucky (and talented) enough to secure exactly that. Her three months went well and she returned to her last…

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The Angst of Choosing between Job Offers

July 13, 2011
The Angst of Choosing between Job Offers

One of the most stressful aspects of your job search might be selecting which offer to accept. And your anxiety might have nothing to do with comparing your choices – it may be your fear of disappointing someone that was supportive along the way. My thoughts? To Thine Own Self Be True. A friend of…

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