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What to Do If You Receive Multiple Job Offers

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To any candidate who has never gone through the experience of receiving several job offers at once, the subject is probably not interesting. Or maybe it is the kind of topic that makes many people say, “Really?! Who wouldn’t like to have more offers to choose from?”

But when you are in the situation of a candidate with more than one job offer on the table, things get more complicated, and the choice may even become stressful, as the questions arise: “Which company is better?”, “Where will I be happier?”,“ How do I evaluate the offers?”, “Should I tell them about the other offer I have got? When is the best time for this and what is the best approach?” and so on.

It’s not easy, for sure. But you can make your Colorado jobs mission easier if you carefully analyze each of the offers and follow a few steps:

1. Trust your instincts. If you have doubts about any of the job offers and you feel that the information you have does not tell a coherent story, it is best to clarify all these doubts before accepting that job.

2. Look for as much information as possible. Ask your friends, read articles, opinions on the Internet (but analyze them critically and do not let yourself be influenced by subjective opinions), read employee testimonials, enter company websites etc.

3. If you still feel uncertain, make a list of pluses and minuses for each of the offers.