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If You Need A Reason To Turn Down A Job Opportunity, We Are Giving You 10

Have you ever met someone who turned down a good job opportunity? If you have then you probably kept wondering why just like most people.

Having a new job opportunity is always good news however sometimes people tend to turn it down. Aside from the commute and the common reasons why someone could turn down a job opportunity, we will give you 10 more reasons to turn it down.

 

1- No Upgrade to Your Title

When you get a new job opportunity, you always expect an upgrade in your title especially if you have enough years of experience.

Depending on your ears of experience and the level of upgrades, you should be aware of how your next title should be. If there’s no upgrade and you know that you deserve it, then it’s the first sign of turning down this opportunity.

 

2- Won’t Add Up to Your Experience

With every job opportunity, you gain more experience regarding your field. But what if this one won’t give you an experience? Should you take it?

The answer would be no. New opportunities mean new information and new experience. If those don’t exist, then what’s the point in doing everything all over in a different place?

 

3- The Company’s Culture

Every company has a different culture; this is why some companies feel like family because employees feel that they belong there. Not every culture is right for you, and it’s not easy to fit in in a different culture as you will feel out of place.

For example, if you’re an organized person who walks by the rules, then you won’t fit in in a company that depends on causality.

 

4- Have You Checked The Offered Salary?

Salary is the last thing to think about but that doesn’t mean that it’s less important. Salary is determined based on your experience, so if you have many years of experience then your salary is expected to be high.

What if you have many years of experience but there’s no upgrade in your salary? Another sign to say no.

The money your company pays you is for your hard work and your experience that enables you to produce high-quality work. If you won’t be getting paid fairly, then you shouldn’t take the offer.

 

5- What Will You Be Doing There?

The Job description is everything and it’s one of the most important factors in deciding whether to accept or not.

You have to be aware of what you will be doing in the company. Will you be doing the same tasks? Or Will you have more? This will depend on the title you’re given and don’t forget that you should judge your salary based on the job description.

The job description will give you plenty of reasons to either accept the job or not. So, judge wisely.

 

6- Don’t Ignore The Warning Signs

Before accepting the opportunity, you should do some research about the company and read reviews. Try asking people who work in the same field as you about it and know their opinions.

If you have seen many red flags regarding this company, then don’t accept it even if it offers you a good opportunity.

 

7- The New Opportunity Should Shape Your Career Path

Each person when they started their career, they formed a certain path to lead them to where they want.

Your new job opportunity should lead you in this direction. Each opportunity is a step closer to what you want to achieve, if there’s one that won’t benefit you, then taking it might be a waste of time.

 

8- Your Gut Says No

You know that feeling that comes from within that we usually ignore because it’s against our desires? Listen to it when it comes to accepting a job.

Ask yourself why you’re feeling this way and start listing the reasons. This feeling comes from a part that believes you can do better than this or maybe you still have a lot to learn to fill in the offered position. Listen carefully and trust your feelings.

 

9- What Are The Company’s Values? And What Is Its Reputation?

A company’s reputation is everything and it is what attracts employees to it. If you found out that this company has a bad reputation then it is a red flag.

Some companies are known that they don’t give full salaries, and some are even known for fraud; this is another red flag.

Also, what are the company’s values? Are they going along with yours? If you have different values and different perspectives, then it won’t be the right place for you.

 

10- You’re Still Learning In Your Current Company

If you still have a lot to learn in your company, then there’s no need to move and start over. People usually leave their companies when they feel that they have learned everything. If there’s still room for you to learn more then don’t leave.

Consider leaving and accepting new opportunities when your current company is not offering you anything new including experience. But if you’re still learning, then don’t leave.

 

To end this, the more experience you have, the more you will be able to judge a new job opportunity wisely.

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