As if fine tuning your resume to perfection and nailing a job interview wasn't hard enough, once you make it past those double doors you can expect a tricky conversation about what you'll be getting in return for all your effort. These days workers are apt to take any reasonable offer, but it's helpful to map out your needs so you can consider if they are being met. Each organization is run differently, but many companies do leave wiggle room in their offers. Salary.com even goes so far as to advise, "It's all negotiable." How should you hammer out a deal? Here's a handy how-to from experts.
How-To: Negotiate Your Salary at a New Job
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