Once you have landed a job the hardest part is to decide whether or not you should accept the job, How should you go about assessing the benefits as well as salary and how to try to get a better deal and what is the best way to decline a job offer.
Here are a few tips to go about the whole process of evaluating the job offer that you might have just received.
Training your Mind
You must understand that receiving the offer in the first place means that the job search process has reached the next level. The aim of the interview is to obtain the offer and pass all the rounds diligently. Then comes the stage where you can weigh that offer and negotiate it with your new employer. Even though the job is yours, if you want the role, you must be enthusiastic and motivated during the whole process. By sounding doubtful and questioning the proposal, you will be sending the wrong signals. It will sound as though you are not sure that you want the job. Recruiters need to see and think that you are really committed.
Now you need to focus on what is important for you, both in your professional and private life and then evaluate the offer. In the end, money is one of the key factors in job satisfaction. As a result, it all comes down to being satisfied to attend office and making X amount of money OR hating your job and making X into 10% of the money.