Key concepts to help you negotiate your starting salary.
You should negotiate your starting salary to maximize your pay when starting a new job. Here's why. Read more
How to describe why you're a valuable candidate for the position by addressing the company's specific goals and needs. Read more
When you negotiate starting salary, it's critical to decide your minimum acceptable salary before you receive a job offer. Read more
How to get the initial job offer without disclosing your desired salary and making your case that you're the best candidate for the postition. Read more
You should negotiate starting salary. But first, ask for some time to consider the job offer so you can plan for the negotiation. Read more
You should counter offer even if you really like your job offer because you could leave money on the table. Read more
A simple way to determine how aggressive you should be when negotiating starting salary. Read more
A step-by-step method to determine the right counteroffer for your specific situation. Read more
It's best to deliver your counter offer in an email. Here is a counter offer email example with detailed explanation. Read more
After you counter offer, you'll usually have one more discussion to finalize your compensation. Here is how to prepare for your final salary negotiation discussion. Read more
How to follow your script to maximize your starting salary and other benefits at a new job. Read more
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