- Remember that an interview is only a conversation to find out if you are a good match for the role and company. Until you have received your signed offer letter, you don’t have to commit to the job. Treat it as a conversation, and an opportunity to learn more about the company and the role.
- When making decisions, keep your eyes on the company and not the individual position.
- Only move if the company is a better match than your current company and the role offers more opportunity to learn project management than your current job. If you feel you can grow in the project management discipline, you might want to wait for a better offer. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in managing projects.
- As long as the drop in pay isn’t too severe, it may still be a good strategy to take on lower-paying roles for your career.
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