Evaluating a Job Offer

Charles Rodriguez, director of human capital management at Adams Keegan, recently provided insight for a Monster article about things to consider before accepting a job, including health insurance and wellness benefits, retirement and parking.

  • Health insurance and wellness benefits. Analyze the premium you’ll pay and compare that with the co-pays and deductibles. Pay especially close attention if you are comparing traditional plans with high-deductible options.
  • Retirement. Factor in your contributions, employer matches, elimination periods, vesting schedules and pre-tax savings.
  • Parking. Those who live in a traditional metro city like D.C. or Philadelphia will want to think about parking and transit commuter benefits as actually money saved or spent from a check. 

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