What do you say when interviewers flip a common question on its head? Here’s how to persuade a company to hire you while vetting the company to see if you really want to work there.
Getting in touch with busy people can be tricky. Here’s a sample email you can use to keep the lines of communication open after a short meeting.
Sometimes “I don’t know” is the best answer you can give to an interview question. It gives you an opportunity to impress.
It can be tricky to figure out which career history to share on your résumé or during an interview. Here are some thing to consider when deciding what to share.
Here’s an easy method you can use to estimate your market value, counteroffer effectively, and maximize your salary when you negotiate your new salary.
You’ll usually get an informal job offer before a written one, and you’ll typically negotiate the details before receiving a written offer. Here’s how.
You should almost always wait for the initial offer, but there is one situation where it could be best to make the initial offer yourself. Here’s when it makes sense to start things off.
It can be tempting to accept a strong job offer instead of getting into an uncomfortable salary negotiation, but you will probably leave money on the table if you do. Here’s how to negotiate your salary when the offer is already very strong.
Don’t be caught off guard when a recruiter asks your current salary in the interview process. Here’s a way to answer that question and keep the interview moving forward.
Discussing salary can be an uncomfortable part of the interview process, but it doesn’t have to be. Here’s a quick primer on how to approach a salary negotiation.