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Let's say you have two interviews.... (noob)

Discussion in 'Interview Experiences' started by AZflyboy, Jul 19, 2016.

  1. AZflyboy

    AZflyboy Well-Known Member

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    Okay these are my first ever 121 interviews and they're both with west coast companies that I've wanted to fly for since I was little, that being said, if you have two interviews within 3 days of each other (or any time apart for that matter) how would you go about "delaying" your first job offer respectfully assuming I got an offer? I keep seeing that if you do good, you practically get offered a job right there on the spot and I don't want to seem like I'm wasting their time/piss anybody off at either company but I want to do both interviews and make my decision afterwards, thoughts?
     
  2. NickH

    NickH Dank Meme

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    Be honest, but deflect: 'I have a number of interviews this week and don't want to commit to a position yet, however I did particularly like *this element of your company*, and would be open to discussing compensation.'

    If a company takes offense at that, you don't want to work there anyway. Do follow up with a simple 'Thank you for your offer, however I have accepted another position'.

    Remember you are in a great position right now and hold all the cards.
     
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  3. AZflyboy

    AZflyboy Well-Known Member

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    thank you! I'll make sure to follow up definitely, I just want to go about this as respectfully as possible I appreciate it.
     

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