It's risky to turn down a job -- any job

11/2/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Unemployed workers who turn down job offers because of low pay or because the positions are part time run the risk of not finding a better offer down the road, experts say. "Sometimes, people hold out for the job they feel is coming, and in this market, many times it's not there," says Patrick Ferraro, employer-relations coordinator for the Jewish Family and Children's Service Career Development Center in Squirrel Hill, Pa.

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