Decline Job Offer


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How to Gracefully Turn Down a Job Offer and keep a door open?

If you want to decline a job offer, for example, because the work requires you more traveling than you can accept, or due to salary, make sure that you are honest but also diplomatic. 

It's possible that you have had several job interviews and a few companies, and you received 2 or more job offers. If you've received another, more generous offer, avoid mentioning the details of the job that you are accepting. Instead, focus on what you liked about the position you're turning down and end on a positive note.

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When you write the letter, consider keeping the door open for future possibilities. Maybe the other job you accept is not the right fit. Download this Decline Job Offer template now!


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