How to Say No When You Have Two Job Offers

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  • Published on:  Thursday, May 9, 2019
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    How to Say No When You Have Two Job Offers

    Getting two job offers is a great comfort, but now you have to decide which job offer to pick. To think that I could even begin to tell you which job to take when you already know that, instead I want to tell you the best way to turn down the other offer in a professional way. After interviewing for months at a time, it's likely you will receive two job offers, but not always from the company you want, but two offers is certainly better than no job offer.

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  • Lucas Xaxier
    Lucas Xaxier  14 days ago

    Why not accept both offers

  • Crownedbycurls
    Crownedbycurls  a months ago

    What if you have 4 job offers? I’m still fairly new being a recruiter and only experience I have is recruiting attorneys but interviewing to be a recruiter in different fields such as banking and manufacture workers and IT... so interviewing for recruiter jobs.. All great companies and offer different but great things? One lets you work remote 2 days a week, really connected with the interviewers and they showed me the office and introduced me to their coworkers, it’s closer to home but pays less but only a 3-4 month contract to perm position... the other is a major mattress manufacturer company, pays a lot more than I ever been paid, far from home, contract to perm but no end date for contract and most contractors there work 1-2 years but didn’t feel like you connected as well as the first and can’t work remotely.... 3rd one is a full time perm job, closer to home that you college friend spoke highly of you to their manager, great benefits, flex schedule but no remote work.... then the 4th is something your comfortable with recruiting and highly skilled at which is recruiting attorneys so you know for sure there will be little to none learning curve.

  • Squidward The Gamecat
    Squidward The Gamecat  2 months ago +1

    Thank you for creating this video. I had not watched it till today. I have to do this exact thing today via phone call.

  • Ekaterina Terzi
    Ekaterina Terzi  2 months ago

    Greatest tip ever!

  • Wtf Amy
    Wtf Amy  5 months ago +1

    I’m still indecisive 🤷🏻‍♀️ One job is close by but pays less while the other one is pretty far but pays more 🤔

  • Merry Christmas
    Merry Christmas  6 months ago +4

    I was upset because a company that offered me a job and I took it decided not to contact me the following week with no explanation. So I did what any normal man would do. I got drunk and went and moved all their traffic cones at their facility 😂🙄.
    Unfortunately the police showed up so I told them the truth.
    They let me go so I went to a local breakfast spot.
    Ironically I was having breakfast with the son of the guy who runs the facility 😂.
    he said that's b***** give me your information I'll call my dad you'll have a job👍

  • Pot de miel
    Pot de miel  6 months ago +1

    Amen to that!!! This is a blessed dilemma!

  • Trust Win
    Trust Win  6 months ago +1

    I think you need to be respectful to company that gave you the offer but don't worry to much because all companies are buness they don't care about too much.they can fired you or laid off you anytime.don t stressed yourself

  • Korey Paul
    Korey Paul  6 months ago +4

    Watching this with no job offers...

  • Adnan Bushra
    Adnan Bushra  7 months ago +10

    You are a great person. Last Wednesday, I went for a job interview and I used your best tactics for answering questions . ;) The panel members really liked my answers and I am now waiting for their feedback. They didn't make a decision yet and hopefully, it will be successful. Wish me good luck.