Gets me every time
I agree so hard to with this. It actually does hurt to ask. I think a better alternate suggestion is BE HONEST about your salary desires and KNOW what you want when going into the interview process. Don’t be afraid to ask upfront. This way prospective employers have a better idea of whether or not you’re a fit for the role they have budgeted. But fishing after an offer is made (especially when the applicant is nebulous on what they’re looking for initially) is bleh. I find it usually indicative of someone who doesn’t know their industry, and (while not a dealbreaker) it’s a major turnoff.
Response to Two Guys Who Know Nothing About Fashion Critique The 15 Boldest Olympics Opening Ceremony Outfits:
How did they cover all those countries and not talk about the fact that Lithuania looked like happy, off-season Christmas elves?
marissag4 I am an actor and a designer and a writer and a cartoon character all rolled into one. I have wonderful friends, but no time to spend with them. Sometimes I feel like I am living in a sea of strangers...stupid strangers.
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