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Salary Negotiation

Knowing your worth and developing winning strategies are crucial to successful salary negotiations

Negotiating your first salary will require solid research and a lot of negotiation smarts. Before you start interviewing for jobs, take the time to know the ins-and-outs of salary negotiation. 

  • Research entry level salaries in your industry, sector, and geographical areas. 
  • Do not focus on “how much you need to make” but “how much value” you bring to the organization.
  • Do not be the one to bring up salary questions in the interview process. 
  • Negotiate after you receive the job offer, not before.
  • Do not accept the offer when it is presented. Clear your head and then consider the compensation package.
  • Compartmentalize emotions when discussing salary.
  • Put yourself in your fellow negotiator's shoes and determine how much room you have to maneuver.
  • Make one counteroffer at a time. Do not attempt to negotiate too many elements in one counteroffer.
  • Keep a record of all your salary negotiation conversations.
  • Ask for the final offer in writing.

Visit career websites with salary information to begin your salary research and schedule a salary negotiation session with your career counselor. 

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