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Just over three months ago I was interviewed for a job with a start-up
company. The job sounded interesting (and the start-up looked reasonably
sound) and the company liked me and offered me the job. Unfortunately,
for various personal/professional reasons, I had to turn it down and
stayed with my current job.
Now I want to move on from my current job, and I've contacted various
agencies - one of which was the agency who got me the interview for the
start-up job. When I got back to them, they said that the start-up job
was still open, and did I want to re-apply for it.
This sounds like both a good idea (hey, they wanted me *last* time, and
we've already gone through the usual routine) and a bad idea: I turned
them down, and are they likely to forget that? What would you do?
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