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In the following sentences, I don't understand what the speaker means by "I would take the sure-deal and take the new job"? I think it means the speaker would the take the job in place of "you". But does it mean something else?

I would hate to see you turn down this new job in the hopes of A's division needing you...
only to find out that you do not get the job in A's division.
Unless you REALLY want the job at B and do not care much for this new job, I would take the sure-deal and take the new job.
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The clause that is understood but not spoken: "If I were you..."
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Thank you for the answering.
I thought its connotation was "If you were not to be serious for the new job...."