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Model for Rejecting a Job Offer


Points to remember while writing letter to reject a job offer, presented to you by a company.

  • Be polite in writing the letter to reject a job offer. In the opening paragraph, thank the employer for the offer. Convey that although you appreciated the offer, you are unable to accept the position. You may also wish to use an indirect approach, by stating the reasons for your refusal before rejecting the offer.

  • You should give the employer the appropriate reasons for your refusal. The rejection of an offer is extremely important to the employer. It allows the company to formally move on to the next applicant. After you have stated your reasons for rejecting their offer, politely refuse the offer.

  • End your letter with a sense of goodwill. This is important because you may wish to apply for a position with the company at a later date. Also, be sure to thank them for the time they invested while working with you.



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