Tag Archives: salary

5 Things Not to Say When Negotiating Your Salary

When you’re asked that dreaded question about your current salary during an interview and what you’d like to earn, it’s important to be prepared so you don’t underbid yourself. Have an idea for what you’d like to earn, but keep in mind that your salary is negotiable. In general, the initial offer is a starting point for...
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9 Tips to Negotiate Your Starting Salary

How would you like to get a raise before you have the job offer? It is possible, and candidates are doing it right now. Employers are not averse to increasing pay packages to secure the right candidate. If you have the kind of specialist skill or unique experience that employers are desperately seeking right now, it could pay...
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5 Rules of Salary Negotiation

Are you hoping to receive an awesome job offer? Are you praying that your employer will give you a raise? Whether it’s the fear of being perceived as pushy or feeling uncomfortable about the negotiation process, professionals are hesitant when it comes to salary negotiation. Make it a goal to earn the salary you deserve. Instead of fearing salary negotiation,...
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20 Jobs with the Biggest Pay Raises

Thinking about a new job? Before you start your job search, you may want to consider a job that’s among those seeing the biggest jumps in total pay over the past year. To help, Glassdoor is here with their newest report on the 20 Jobs with the Biggest Pay Raises, identifying the top 20 jobs where total...
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How to Respond to the Salary Question

The question "What are your salary requirements?" can strike fear into the eager hearts of job seekers. Here, a reader asks for advice on how to respond:
When you are applying for a job and an interviewer asks for your salary requirements, how should you respond, especially if you do not have a current salary?
Our answer:...
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