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July 9 2013 Job Search Newsletter

Job Quest Success


Difficult Interview Question of the Week:

What salary are you looking for?

Are the warning bells flashing yet? Is this the time to shoot for the moon and pull a salary out of the air? They should and definitely not. While you may have made it to the interview, answering this question incorrectly can destoy any chance you have of getting the offer. Price it too high and you won’t be invited back. So what do you do? Your homework! Check the ad to see if there was a salary range included. If not, look at a job search sites to see what competitors are offering.

Safe responses?

I see that the job advertisement offered a salary range of xx to xxx. I would be satisfied with a salary within that range.

I know the industry standard is xx to xxx. I would be satisfied with a salary within that range.


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Job Search Methods
Remember when looking for a job was as easy as reaching for the newspaper? Many companies no longer use print media to advertise their openings. There are now so many different avenues to use. Learn some of the most common methods of to use in searching for a new job.


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