About Job Offer Letters
Corporate employers often extend employment offers through job offer letters, instead of or in addition to by phone. In their basic form, job offer letters usually include the following.
- Job title or position offered
- Salary or wage, benefits and perks offered
- Instructions to accept or decline the job offer
To give you an idea of what to expect as a job applicant, a job offer letter sample is linked below. For employers, the sample serves as an example for those seeking to learn how to write effective job offer letters.
To accept or decline employment offers, job applicants might need only to sign, date and return job offer letters to the employers who sent them. But, in some cases, job applicants might have to write job offer letters of their own to accept and decline employment. Consequently, links to sample job offer letters to accept and decline employment offers are also included below.
Sample Job Offer Letters
All of these job offer letter samples are in the full-block style business letter format.