12 Intangibles to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

Look Beyond Salary & Benefits Before Accepting a New Job

Trust Your Gut

Ultimately you have to trust your gut. Visceral cues are valuable information gleaned and filtered by your subconscious. They reveal job enhancers and detractors as weighted by your personal preferences. Do the work: calculate long-term financial impacts, commuting costs and health or childcare benefits. Then, include the intangibles such as the actual workspace, travel responsibilities, schedule flexibility and staff friendliness to tip the scale.

Finally, take a walk or sleep on it. Let the intangibles land where they will, and go accept that great job offer. You know which one. Congratulations!