Graduates who have been offered more than one
job should carefully consider each opportunity before making a
decision, a consultant has said.
The current demand for talented employees means that the chance of
one person being offered multiple positions is increased, Daniel
Hyland of Carlton Resource Solutions told onrec.com.
Candidates should consider such factors as salary, relocation
allowance, holiday entitlement and future prospects before making
"Deciding whether or not to accept a job offer is an important
decision and should not be taken lightly," said Mr Hyland.
"If after careful consideration you determine that the job isn't
for you then you should turn it down."
However, he remarked that turning down too many jobs during the
recruitment process may indicate that someone
should take another look at their career goals and redefine their
His comments come after Harris Interactive's 2007 UK Job Forecast
found that nearly half of British employers plan to hire more staff
during the third quarter of the year.
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