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Turn The Job They Offer Into The Job You Want

Jobseekers are often too willing to accept an offer on the spot, instead of pausing to ensure the job is right of them. skipping this reflection/negotiation phase can be a big mistake. Take advantage of the new negotiation leverage that comes with the offer, and boost your chances for job success and satisfaction before accepting.
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