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What to Do if You Get Multiple Job Offers

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    Hiring managers know the job market is competitive, both for job seekers and employers. It’s OK to tell them you have more than one offer and need some time to make a decision. Just don’t ask for too long. Remember, the hiring process is time sensitive for everyone involved. If you take any longer than a few days, you risk the chance of one company deciding to hire another candidate.

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What to Do if You Get Multiple Job Offers

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    Hiring managers know the job market is competitive, both for job seekers and employers. It’s OK to tell them you have more than one offer and need some time to make a decision. Just don’t ask for too long. Remember, the hiring process is time sensitive for everyone involved. If you take any longer than a few days, you risk the chance of one company deciding to hire another candidate.

In an incredibly stressful job search, the idea of landing one job often seems impossible. What happens, though, when you’re so successful you receive multiple job offers? It sounds like a dream come true at first, but now you have to decide. You have all of these details to consider, such as salary, location, responsibilities, and culture.

A decision between multiple job offers doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If you take the time to carefully weigh your options, you can make the right decision for your career. Here are a few tips from Heather R. Huhman, a Glassdoor career and workplace expert.