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- January 22, 2008 at 8:14 pm #255270Guest
I’d say accept what you are comfortable with. If it’s a week from
now, you can probably afford to be pickier on where you accept a jobfrom.
If you are still looking 3 months from now, and get a job offer, it
would likely be in your best interest to accept it.As long as you do not sign a contract specifying you’ll work there
for a year, or whatever, you can always decline the job later, or
quit after you find a better job.With the economy what it is, I would not personally turn anything
down, even if it’s slightly less money- less money is still more
than no income.— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Anggie Thompson”
>> I lost my job last week too. We are currently eating out of the
> freezer since I don’t know when I’ll be able to start work again.
> Can’t say it’s the best way to clean out the freezer, but at leastit
> was well stocked with meats.
> I’m letting everyone I know that I am unexpectedly unemployed. I’ve> even been attaching my resume to my emails. I’m afraid that I will
> offered a job and will feel like I need to take it instead ofwaiting
> on some of the larger employers (local universities and medical
> centers who will have great benefits). I’d need more than what Iwas
> making because I worked in a small local town and the interviews I
> have so far scheduled are in towns 20 miles away, therefore I’ll be> spending a lot more for gas. Let’s say I get offered a job this
> and I can start Monday, but I have an interview set up for next> Tuesday at a place that has great benefits, do I tell the “new”
> employer that I have an appointment and still go to it? I’m
> Anggie> Fight Breast cancer……no one should die from it
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