Fast Company | 4 Simple Steps for Negotiating A Higher Salary
Negotiating salary when you’re being offered a job can feel uncomfortable. If you don’t, though, you may be leaving money on the table. The key is to take emotion out of the equation, say Melanie Feldman and Anna Schuliger, cofounders of Get Hired, an online job search course geared to young professionals.
“A lot of candidates feel they don’t have the right to negotiate, especially after the economy of the last year,” says Schuliger. “But you do have the right and deserve fair compensation.”
Salary negotiations involve a consideration of both personal and impersonal factors for your unique situation and role, and an optimal outcome includes a balance of each. Feldman and Schuliger offer this four-step process to help you walk away with a higher rate.
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