No matter where you are in your career, you want to make sure that you’re being paid what you deserve.
That begins with your first job. A young employee can benefit a lot from negotiating—landing not only a higher annual salary, but also increased benefits and job flexibility in some cases.
It’s important to come to the table armed with information about the average pay range in your industry and a clear sense of the skills and experience you can offer the team. Plus, managers expect candidates to negotiate salary.
As you rise in the ranks or move on to a new job, it’s crucial to keep having those conversations about compensation. If you’re taking on more responsibility or are bringing in a desirable skill set, those are reasons to talk with your boss about getting paid accordingly.
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