How to select a best offer?

May 22, 2008 8:07pm CST
In a tight job market,multiple offers sound too good to be true.So what's the problem?Choose the one that pays the most and move on,right?Wrong,i think.If you don't take time to evaluate the offers,you could find yourself searching for a job again in no time.Do you think so?
3 responses
@ilovesk (44)
• China
8 Apr 09
Yes,I do.
• China
23 May 08
Yes. I agree with your point. Money is indeed not the first. But the problem is how to evaluate the offers. If you don't sink into the real working environment, you can't make the correct decision. So sometimes salary becomes a key term.
@ayessa (1586)
• Philippines
23 May 08
You have a point there for taking evaluation on offers but you must make sure you're not taking too much time so that your future employer's won't be able to look for a new one. IF I may also add, I think it's also a factor to see if you'll going to enjoy the kind of environment you'll soon to have. Do you like the kind of work you are being offered to? Do you feel that you can grow old with them? Sometimes money is not the only reason why you should stay long for a certain position. THere's a lot of factors that involve so, like what you have said, better evaluate and be sure you made the best posible choice you can have. Goodluck!