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And you find yourself in the enviable position of having more than one job offer on the table. Well, except for that you have to turn at least one of them down. Yes, interviewing potential candidates is part of the job, but this person likely spent several hours reading your , trolling your social media profiles, and sitting down with you for interviews. He or she also may have gone out on a limb to talk you up to other members of the team. Thank you so much for the offer for the Marketing Manager position.
I so appreciate you taking the time to consider me and for answering so many of my questions about the company and role. Thank you again for the interview last week—it was great to meet the team and see the offices. I enjoyed learning about the Operations Director position, and I appreciate this generous offer.
The best approach is to be brief but honest about your specific reason for not accepting the position, saying something like:. While this position seems like a great opportunity, I have decided to pursue another role that will offer me more opportunities to pursue my interests in marketing and social media. You can elaborate to the extent that it makes sense—for example, at one point, I had been referred to a company by a friend and gone through three interviews before getting an offer and felt that I owed the hiring team a thorough explanation.
I expressed how much I enjoyed getting to know the group and why the position was so interesting to me, but shared that I had another offer that would ultimately point me more in the direction of my career goals. The job search world—especially in certain industries—is small. So offering some small pleasantries before you off is always a good idea.
Otherwise, you can make a simple mention that you wish this person all the best in the future. Turning down a job offer— no matter how sure you are that you don't want it —never feels great. Awesome, right?Offered a job i dont want
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