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June 06, 2008


Keith Grivaldi

I've always found it works well to base your salary questions or requirement off of your last job. Such as saying, "I was previously paid X, and was hoping to stay in that range."

J Penny

You do need to base your request on hard data. Taking a new job does not automatically make you worth more money. Make sure to link any reference in an interview situation to an increase on your previous salary to increased job responsibilities and demands.

Stick to the facts when discussing your previous salary, it is within the rights of a prospective employer to request proof of your former salary. You have the right to decline the request but this is likely to be perceived negatively in the job interview.


I know your a fraud Keith Grivaldi, it's all over the internet. Your a total & complete asshole & I hope someday you look back & realize all the people you hurt and with all the identities you stole & misused you sent parents & their children to live on the streets and I hope their pain & tears haunt you in your sleep & in your wake.

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