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September 07, 2006


Ann Bares

I agree with your recommendation to come prepared with a clear, direct and informed response to the salary question. As a job candidate myself, I have always been prepared with an idea of what I should be paid and why. One good source of information on the Internet (because we all know that there are plenty of questionable sources) is the series of Metropolitan Area Wage Surveys posted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, found at the following link:

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What a great post! I couldn't agree more about cringing when I hear people advising job seekers to avoid salary discussions. As an interviewer, I don't want to waste my time or the candidate's, and if we're miles apart on salary, let's find that out early on.

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Of course that it is important to have a salary expectation. I mean, otherwise you could end up accepting a job that, finally, is not reliable at all.


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