Thinking about a new job? Looking to earn more money? If you’re in the middle of a job search you might want to look at the top 20 jobs with highest pay increases in 2015.
While you are worth every penny an employer pays you, negotiating salary is often scary. What’s important to keep in mind though is that an employer is running a business and will always offer you a lower salary so that they get the biggest bang for their buck. It’s up to you to make sure that you are accepting a salary that you won’t resent. Below are some tips for how to identify what you should make and then negotiate when you have a job offer.
Where you are currently at:
Figure out what you are currently making or what you made in your last role if you are no longer employed. Calculate the difference in pay and then determine what the percentage increase or decrease it is.
Note: Keep in mind that 10% is the average increase within a company if you are changing job titles and 2-5% is the Continue reading
I was recently asked for advice on how to deal with a recruiter that is considering you for an opportunity outside of your current zip code (a/k/a: a position that requires relocation). My friend wanted to know the best way to ask about pay and benefits so that no one’s time was wasted.
Here are my thoughts: