They say finding a job is a job in and of itself. They also say listen to your intuition. What happens if you land a job and you really are analyzing the team, the conversations in the interview, how they react when they're providing the offer and the vibe just seems off?
In a world where the options used to be endless, they still are to an extent...
You may think, how can I say no when I am being offered a job that I applied to, interviewed for, met the senior leadership team & now they're presenting an offer....but I just don't think it's the right job for me? What do I do - I need the money!!!
Unfortunately, this happens and it happens quite too often.
If you have a few months of savings, it may be worth the effort to pass on the position and keep applying to other roles. If you take the position, it will likely be harder to find a new one as quick as you would unemployed. Remember you will need to take off to interview & since you just started the job you will need to think of an excuse, then what happens if you don't ge hired and need to keep applying, interviewing, and taking off? If this can be avoided, it should be... save yourself the hassle and don't accept the position.
If you don't have the funds and you need the job, well you must do what's best for you & keep reminding yourself that it is only temporary.
Trust your gut. It's there for a reason.