This article originally appeared on InHerSight.com, a website where women rate the female friendliness of their employers and get matched to companies that fit their needs.
Searching for a job is, objectively, the absolute worst. Not only is it time-consuming, stressful, and exhausting, but it's also a difficult process: marketing yourself, scouring job boards, networking, tailoring cover letters and resumes, and interviewing for weeks -- or months -- with no end in sight. The longer you hunt, the more tempting it might be to snatch up one of the first offers that comes your way, but is that always the best choice?
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