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    Originally Posted by reinventmyself
    You interview for any company interested. You are not tied to anyone.
    You take advantage of all opportunities in the meantime and when the time comes to make a commitment, you do.
    But until otherwise informed, you are a free agent and do not need to disclose anything to anyone.
    Trust me.
    Employers are looking out for their best interest and will set you aside in a heartbeat if needed.
    The only one looking out for your best interest, should be you.

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    I still feel a bit confused. Is it rude to tell a company after an interview that you are not interested anymore if they want to hire? Also what about canceling an interview if I have arranged it but I am accepted by another company? Which one is worse to cancel the interview or to have it and notify later?

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    I surmise your point is having the interview and then having the courtesy to decline it afterwards.

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