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Job Search Tips Relating to Negotiation

Making Your Decision

Making Your Decision

It's hard for me to recommend exactly how to evaluate an offer because a large part of one’s decision to take a job is emotional. No matter how objective we are, the primary difference between an individual taking a job and not taking a job comes down to how they feel about it. Emotions rule most decisions.

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Factors Involved in Negotiation

Factors Involved in Negotiation

In general, your ability to negotiate the details of an offer depends on the economy and your individual situation. There have been times, for instance, when candidates right out of school with engineering or technical degrees could collect several offers and literally go to work for the highest bidder. The competition for candidates was very keen and all aspects of the job might be negotiated.

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Negotiating For New Professionals

Negotiating For New Professionals

Understand this reality: for the vast majority of jobs offered to new graduates, there is going to be little room for "negotiation." The truth is that companies are much more negotiable for someone who brings proven experience that the company does not currently have. For the most part, hiring authorities hiring inexperienced new graduates envision every candidate almost equally. They may like you better than the other candidates, but most likely there isn't a lot of material difference between you and the next candidate.

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So, You Want How Much Money? Oh My!

So, You Want How Much Money? Oh My!

A recent college poll found that 77% of the college graduates expect to be millionaires. Oh, my!

Salary negotiations are always difficult no matter what level of position you are seeking. Until you reach the 20 year experience level, in one particular profession, you are never going to be quite sure exactly what you are worth. Even then, studies show that money is the fourth or fifth “motivator” for professionals.

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