Certainty and Uncertainty
A: I was thinking about applying for the new position.
B: Do you think that is a good idea?
A: It seems like a good idea but I am not really sure.
B: What are your main concerns?
A: It would give me a chance to grow, but I am wondering if I would like the job.
B: I know what you mean, I've thought about that myself.
A: I also am thinking about the pay.
B: Could you take a slight pay decrease for a chance to move forward?
A: Yes, it might be worth it. I am not certain.
B: I think I'm convinced that trying for this position is the best choice for you.
A: I am not certain, but I think I might ask to be considered for the new job.
B: Why are you considering trying for it?
A: I think that I might like it, but I am still thinking about it.
B: What is it about this job that appeals to you?
A: I think that I would enjoy the position but there isn't a lot of creativity involved.
B: Yes, you could be right. There is a lot to consider.
A: I am also wondering about the pay.
B: Would a slight decrease in pay be worth it for a new opportunity for growth?
A: I am thinking that might be the case.
B: I think you should give it a shot. What do you have to lose? You can always change your mind.
A: I am considering going for the new job that was posted yesterday.
B: Are you certain that that is what you want to do.
A: It may not be the best choice for me, but I am considering it.
B: Why do you think that this would be a good move?
A: I believe that this job would allow me to move up but might be a little boring for me.
B: Yes, there are always pros and cons to making a career change.
A: Also, the matter of pay is also a consideration.
B: I think the slight pay decrease might be worth it. The benefits are much better.
A: Yes, sometimes giving up a little to move forward is the best choice.
B: I think you definitely should apply for the position.
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