Negotiate an Offer

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13 tips for what to do when you receive multiple job offers

Many students, recent graduates, and others early in their careers are thrilled when they receive even one job offer when they’re searching for a new part-time, seasonal, internship, or entry-level job. But some of those quickly find themselves to have …

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5 Tips for Negotiating a Better Salary With No Work Experience

Many employers prefer candidates with work experience, but they may sometimes have entry-level positions. You may also land a job with zero work experience if you have an impressive educational background or when someone vouches for you.

While getting a …

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Wondering if you should you negotiate? Expert says bad first deals can have long-term consequences

A Washington Post article by Karla Miller reports that workers who take lower than market-rate pay at the start of their careers often lag exponentially in opportunities, earning power and retirement savings. “Catching up from that disadvantage is like climbing …

By Damon Yarnell
Damon Yarnell Dean of Student and Global Advancement
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10 of the most popular questions (with answers) asked by job seekers early in their careers

We all have questions. Asking questions is one of the best ways for us to learn. And some questions just never seem to go away as much as they shift from being asked by one person to another. For example, …

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You got an offer! Should you negotiate?

Jubilation! You did all the things and received an offer. You won! …Didn’t you? Before you sign, you need to decide: Should you negotiate? How? And about what?

Maybe you’re a born negotiator and can’t wait to get started. Or …

By Damon Yarnell
Damon Yarnell Dean of Student and Global Advancement
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