MSN: Signs you should turn down a job offer

UC expert says work-life balance should be an important consideration

Receiving an offer for a new job can be exciting, but how do you know if it's the right fit for you?

Maria Espinola, PsyD, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, told MSN that it is important to consider work-life balance along with your new salary and benefits.

"Although it may sound like a good idea to work excessively to make more money, it could negatively affect your productivity and physical and mental health over long periods of time,” Espinola said.

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