Consider These Factors When Deciding Between Two Jobs

Consider These Factors When Deciding Between Two Jobs

If you have multiple job offers, it can be tricky to decide which one to take. It's usually a good problem to have, but that's not to say it doesn't take a lot of consideration. Career website Women & Co offers some tips for making the right decision.

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Here are the factors they say you should consider:

  • Your value to the company: This is a big part of job satisfaction, so you want to make sure your skills will be fully utilised at your new job.
  • Opportunities to grow: How will the company invest in your professional development?
  • Work-life balance: Is the company flexible? How long is your commute?
  • Benefits: Compare superannuation options, insurance plans andpaid leave.
  • Job security: Is this a good place for your long-term employment?

Of course, the priority of these factors will depend on your own personal situation. For example, if you're planning a big move within the next five years, maybe job security is less important to you. Still, it's a helpful list to start you off in making such a big decision. For more detail on each factor, check out Women & Co.'s full post.

Dueling Job Offers: How to Make a Decision [Women & Co]


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