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WORKING: Deciding Between Two Job Offers

October 10, 2011 8:46am (EDT)
How do you decide between two job offers? Brandon Smith guides us this week. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Patterson via Flickr.)
How do you decide between two job offers? Brandon Smith guides us this week. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Patterson via Flickr.)

It’s a nice spot to be in: you’ve been interviewing for jobs and now two companies have made you an offer.

An embarrassment of riches, really, especially in this economy.

Ah, but both of these companies are part of the same parent organization.

So how do you pick? And how do you politely turn down the other company? ‘Cause you’re probably going to have to work with them at some point.

Our career expert Brandon Smith has the answers in this week’s Working segment on GPB Radio.

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