We spend days updating your resume and sending it on desirable positions. Then you spend weeks waiting for an answer, and then you're spending way too much time analyzing every detail of an interview. And when you finally get that job offer you think that the toughest part is over and all your efforts have finally paid off. Unfortunately, your stress isn't over just yet. This is a time when you have to make a big decision, and you need to think it trough if you don't want to regret it in a few months. So here are three most important factors to consider before accepting that job offer:
#1 - Is There Anything You Want To Negotiate?
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If you're already considering saying "yes" than you certainly already negotiated your salary. If not - you should do it first. But money is not the only thing you might want to negotiate about. What other perks company can offer? Maybe health insurance will tip the scales, or maybe you wan't to have an opportunity to work remotely? Either way, you need to think about what else you want to negotiate and what benefits could make this job opportunity irresistible for you.