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How do you reject a recruiter reaching out?
If you want to decline the initial conversation, simply say to the recruiter: “I'm happy where I am and am not looking to leave.”
How do you respond to a recruiter outreach?
Thanks for reaching out! This certainly sounds like an interesting job, and I appreciate your consideration. I really love the work I'm doing for [Your Company] and am not in the market for a new opportunity at the moment. That said, if I find myself looking to make a change in the future, I'll be sure to get in touch.
How do I decline a job opportunity email?
Thank you very much for offering me the opportunity to work at [Company] as [Job Title]. After much deliberation, I will not be accepting the position, as it isn't the right fit for my long-term career goals. I sincerely appreciate the offer and give you my best wishes in finding a suitable candidate for the position.
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What do you say when a recruiter reaches out?
Thank you for reaching out about this opportunity—it sounds like a great job and aligns with where I'd like to take my career. I'm eager to learn more. As you many have seen on my resume, I have [X number of years] in this field. I've been consistently committed to [Specific goal, skill or trait the new job entails].
How do you respond to a recruiter email after an interview?
How do you politely reject a job application?
Dear [candidate name], Thank you for taking the time to meet with our team about the [role title] role at [company name]. It was a pleasure to learn more about your skills and accomplishments. Unfortunately, our team did not select you for further consideration.