Clear up any shades of gray before accepting a job

01/11/2010 | Seattle Times, The

If you find out during an interview that a company misrepresented an aspect of a job -- such as more travel being required than initially advertised -- then clear up the question before moving forward, Nick Corcodilos writes. Never accept a job unless you're completely clear on the demands, and get those duties outlined in writing, he writes.

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