Jan 10 8 Comments

So i graduated May 2019 and applied and applied. I got a job offer which i accepted is in the midwest but im not too exicted about this role because the company basically told me they dont use any upto date tech. So here is the issue. I have an interview Monday which is just a technical phone interview nothing guaranteed.
i start my new job Monday as well. but here is another twist another company which is a big bank moved me to a 45 min case based interview. also not a quanteed offer or anything but do i let this other two companies know that i am living in a new state because if they decide to extend an offer or move me to an onsite interview idk what to tell the company i am starting with.

company 1 knows i am starting a new role this monday.
company 2 still dont know and they think i still love in my homestate.

how can i approach this.

current tc: 195k


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TOP 8 Comments
  • Google Ben Dover.
    Who the hell is delima
    Jan 10 2
    • New / Data anomaly96
      I think OP meant dilemma.
      Jan 10
    • Ironclad / Legal ⌐(ಠ۾ಠ)¬
      I thought that's the name of an unknown company
      Jan 10
  • Kohl’s Dubya
    which company in midwest gives 195k TC to new grad ?
    Jan 10 3
    • SAP TBAu78
      Yeah wtf lol
      Jan 10
    • New / Data anomaly96
      Sounds like even if you get offers from the other companies it might be hard to match your current TC for a new grad.

      Being a new grad in desperate need of high TC I'd take this if I were you. Hopefully the WLB in this mentioned company isn't too fucked up. You've interned there so you know what it's like. You can always study/LC on the side and move companies after 1-2 years.
      Jan 10
  • Apple / Eng

    Apple Eng

    Just an another engineer. Hoping to find a few friends here :)
    Start c1. Do interview for c2 c3. Don't tell c3 until you get the offer. Quit c1 if you get offer from c2 or c3.
    Jan 10 0


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