Question by  starrylane (30)

What should I do if I start a new job and then get a better offer?

Is it okay to quit the new job?


Answer by  alishamcfadden (106)

If you are in the market for a job most people don't like to put all their eggs in one basket. So, this issue presents from time to time. If I were in this situation I would give my new job two weeks notice and accept the better offer.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

It is always about your success. If you get a better job of course you should take it if that make your life more fulfilling. As long as you gave your best to your old job then you have nothing to be guilty about.


Answer by  Bee36 (230)

If you are secured in the position offering you better money and more benefits, kindly tell your employer you have found a job that better suits your needs.


Answer by  sonicfoundation (2597)

A few things to consider are: Is the new job significantly better to the current one? Would you feel comfortable burning the bridges with the current company? If you feel that the new job is a significant improvement and will not hurt you in the future, then accepting the new job is okay.


Answer by  drew76 (146)

Morally speaking, once you take a job you make an unwritten obligation to follow through and work. Nobody will probably ever know, but if they do,they'll think you're flighty.

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