In almost all cases, the answer is no. Statistics show that candidates who accept a counteroffer often leave within a year. Accepting a counter-offer can lead to feelings of betrayal from colleagues, as they may perceive your consideration of leaving as disloyalty. Your standing within the firm may also be compromised, leading to a lack of trust. Additionally, a counteroffer may be a temporary solution for the firm to find a replacement for your role. Ultimately, the underlying reasons for considering a move will likely persist, making it unlikely that accepting a counteroffer will lead to long-term satisfaction.