X has one or more internships available that lasts between 4-6 months in the capital of another country. This means that I have to move there. They offered me a low salary that is 1/5 of my current salary and was told that it was not negotiable. The pay is so low that it is barely enough for rent.
I told the person that it will be difficult to live so that I do have a part-time job sideways to cope pay rent and have money left over for food. When I told them I need to have another part-time job. They said no, because the risk of being burned out is going to increase. First, they did not bother, but subsequent interview we talked again about the salary that increased the salary by 1/5 of the salary that I was offered. Despite this, it is low in order to live there.
- I looked at the Glass Door and saw that their trainees are paid $22/h in the US. If we compare this full-time job with the salary I was offered, I get 1/5 of the US wage.
- The company is in the stock market and traded at> $ 50.
- In 2016 the company >$1 billion in revenue.
- The job description states that they offer competitive salaries.
So why would I still be there? They offer me such a job so that it goes hand in hand with where I want to be the next 5 years.
What do you think I should do? They said non-negotiable, but increased slightly. They said they would get in touch before they would talk to their managers about the salary.