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You got a job offer! Congratulations!
Because of all your preparation, your resume made an impact, you had a great interview or two, and you are the one they want to work with! They like you, they really like you!
Show your genuine enthusiasm and gratitude to the hiring manager when you get the celebratory call.
But before you accept the offer, take some time to reflect and assess whether the position is going to meet your professional and personal goals, and whether the salary and benefits package is going to work for you.
Once the hiring manager makes an offer, many job candidates only consider salary.
However, it's important (especially in the nonprofit sector) to consider other benefits as well.
Consider non-salary compensation such as health and life insurance; reimbursements and bonuses; and time off. Check out our mini-glossary of some of the major benefits, including descriptions and considerations.
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