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@Bill Branstetter I would encourage you to negotiate the pay and make sure that you have provided all of you credentials, education, and certificates to the company.

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Robertha Ruth Duguaran
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Mco Administration Officer at Ifrc

Don’t forget you have the power to sell yourself. If you know your worth I recommend that you fight with them . Trust me if they really want you they will come up with an agreement . Don’t let go easily because they be like” I thought she was harder than that” and you would be surprised to see they had a lot more to offer. If we can’t come up with an agreement then we can negotiate a plan that will gradually take you to where you want to be. If not then stick to your job until you get what you are looking for .

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Carla H
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@Bill Branstetter It would depend largely on my financial circumstances. However, if I believe there is room for rapid advancement within the company I think I would tough it out.

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CRYSTAL AMASON
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This is probably going to sound very simplistic and maybe a little cliche but I believe passion, fulfillment and happiness is something that you can't really put a specific dollar amount on. Now that's not to say that being financially stable and confident in your worth is any less important, but I believe in the long run if you enjoy what you do every day and it's something your passionate about then you will be more productive and have greater success. With all that being said, there are still many other factors to consider. For example, what other benefits does the company offer? Is this a company that you can grow with and will they help get you to where you want to be in your career or help you achieve the success that you desire? What kind of environment would you be working in every day? Do they share your vision and passion? Do they offer job security and is this a company you believe you can put your trust in? I guess what I'm trying to say is that while money is important when considering a job it's equally important to be happy and work in a healthy environment where you can not only be an asset for the company but can be completely self fulfilled as well.

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Tere Canales
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I always do the pros & cons on any decision making in my life...that and of course take into consideration on how much atre you in need of working. Sometimes you may need to downsize on your money making atleast till you find something better. Just be honost in letting them know of what you really wanted & they weren't willing to negotiate on the salary. Stay positive and Blessed!

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Tara Carlson
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@Bill Branstetter Definitely try & negotiate with them but you should always be told salary & pay before accepting a job.

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Adel Alsaqer
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Carpenter Foreman at American Company

I have skills and experiences from another community that I want to share with your community in peace and high morals and add some experiences to my career in the future

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Daniel Nolan
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Paramedic Emt at Richmond University Medical Center

As I was told by an old timer back in 1984 @ IBM, you'll never be rich here but you'll never be poor here.

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Ilgar Mammadov
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I will show my ability to work hard and properly and during working time show all aspects of my nature. So, after some time, they will feel need to their company.

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Kathy Watts
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I take the job. Its a real offer and not contingent. It's hard out here.

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