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Given how exciting it is to be the successful applicant for a new job, not to mention how much of a relief it is to finally get a job after multiple interviews, it can seem counter-intuitive to turn a job down. But if you find yourself in a situation where you are considering that it might be in your best interest to turn down a job offer, it’s totally okay.  Here are some scenarios where this may happen: job offer

You are likely all too familiar with the job interview question asking a prospective new-hire “what do you think your and weaknesses are?” Many candidates go into interviews with a ready-made answer for this question, knowing that it is typically one of the first questions asked. But, why are we so concerned about weaknesses? Shouldn’t we just be focusing on discovering what strengths they will bring to the company? When it comes to your hiring practices, here’s why you need to stop asking about weakness and start focusing on strengths. strengths

If there is one thing you have likely heard over and over again when it comes to applying for a job, it is the importance in creating a strong cover letter. The cover letter is the first impression a potential employer will have of you and your skills, and those impressions count. Let’s dive into how you can craft the perfect cover letter and land the job you’ve been waiting for: cover letter

If you’ve been in the job market for more than…a minute, you’re probably imagining – no fantasizing – about getting that job offer. You can see yourself saying yes, and leaving the job hunt behind. But what about when it isn’t right? Do you know when to turn down a job offer? Yes, really, these times exist. And they can be hard to see in the moment. turn down a job

Five times you should turn down a job offer: