Facebook pixel

Improve your job offer by thousands of dollars with these these email templates

Ask for time, accept, decline, or counter your job offer

Get 10 email templates to respond to a job offer

How do you respond when you get a job offer? These 10 email templates make it easy to respond to any job opportunity:

  • Ask for time to consider a job offer
  • Counter offer a reasonable job offer
  • Counter offer a lowball job offer
  • Decline a job offer
  • Accept a job offer

After weeks or even months of job interviews, you finally got a job offer from a good company. This is the job opportunity you've been waiting for! You're excited about the company and the offer is pretty good, so it's tempting to just accept the offer as-is.

Still, you can't stop wondering, "What if they left some wiggle room just in case I negotiate my salary?" It would be a shame to get this far and leave money on the table.

But how do you respond to a job offer and start the salary negotiation? What's your next move once you get the offer?

Believe it or not, you can negotiate your salary like a pro with a few simple scripts. They'll show you exactly how to send a quick thank you letter to let them know you're considering their job offer. And even how to counter offer.

These scripts–already formatted in easy-to-use email templates in a single PDF—have earned people tens of thousands of dollars, and they only take a few minutes to tweak for your specific situation.

Placeholder image

I agonized for days over whether or not to negotiate. Then finally just decided to bite the bullet and use your template. Three hours later I got a better offer with another $4k added!

Aaron Batilo

I used the Fearless Salary Negotiation template for negotiating an offer and went from $95,000 with a title of Software Engineer 1 to $105,000 with a title of Software Engineer 2. Now I can pay off my student loans and buy a house more quickly.

Placeholder image

I used the Fearless Salary Negotiation email templates to get another $5,000!