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Casey Diamond
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Greetings Group, let me have your take on this matter... I interviewed for a (Career Coach Position). I am fully experienced in that arena, after the interview, I asked a couple little questions, nothing major. Before we ended, they asked me "How much are you looking at to get paid?" Now my question is, or I should say... That is a effed up question to ask someone who is looking to get employed by you and if a person would state an high amount that would ex them out, and If you go low, you are setting yourself up for failure to be taken advantage of. What is you all take on this?

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Adam bALTIERRA
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Parts Manager at Komatsu Equipment

First off you should have some sort of idea what this pays if not you should found out or it should have been disclosed to you then there is no miss understaindings When you do this then no one is waisting any ones time.

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Arnell M Walker
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Employment Coordinator at Ballard Center Penn House

NO, they saw the talent in you and the upward mobility for success. Really, recheck your battery you need "D" and all you can find is "a's". Hum, recheck, write down the qualifications, on the job training, upward mobility and how this may to support and be part of forward progress with in the company. It's the little things that hold a lot of big things together. You did bring home information that is offered at the interview. If not just look it up. Happy discoveries and should this not be the one so be it but your are getting closer. Or maybe it is, look again, now see what you see.

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Andrew St.John
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Cable Technician Ii at Charter Communications

I think it's a good idea to give a range. That lets them know you are willing to negotiate.

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