vKnow Your Value

you’ve been job searching for some time, any job offer might look pretty
amazing to you right about now. The thing is, not all companies pay the same
for similar job titles. Check out what the present rate is for your job this
can give you a good idea if the offer on the table is worth accepting.

vConsider What Will You Learn

what you’ll be doing, day in and day out, and then decide if this would make you happy. Remember, you’re ideally
accepting a job offer so that you can stay and grow with the company. If those
opportunities don’t exist, the job offer might not be worth your while.

vCost of Living

of living should always be taking into account and while you’re calculating
too. Living somewhere like Abuja and Lagos have a high-cost index so, make sure
your new salary covers your expenses this should inform your decision to either
accept or reject the job offer

vConsider the transport cost

people due to the excitement of finding a new job do not mostly consider their
cost of transport which later become a huge burden them, there is always a
chance you’ll be facing commuting traffic at some point in the future. Be sure
to map out how long your commute could be and whether this is something that
would work for you.

vConfirm the present state of the company

Do thorough research and make sure that the company
is in a healthy position.
This is important when evaluating a
job offer during any times–but especially during an economic downturn. You can
check out for any financial red flags you might need to worry about if your
fears re confirm it would be wise to take a pass


vFigure Out What Matters Most

earnings undoubtedly play a big role in whether or not to accept a position,
money does not always guarantee job satisfaction. Perhaps you’d be willing to
accept less to join a workplace that affect your personality or deeply held