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What salary should I ask for when interviewing for a role that is above my experience level [duplicate]

I'm a junior developer interviewing for a role that requires a few more years experience than I have (mid level). So far I have been doing well on coding challenges and interviews thus far and I have ...
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34 votes
4 answers

How can you evaluate your market value? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I determine a reasonable salary to ask for? I am very happy in my current position but I feel like I am being under paid. However, this could just be me having an over-...
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20 votes
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Unsure of my competence level and employability [duplicate]

I am a programmer, I graduated in Engineering and have been living abroad (from the UK) since I graduated back in 2010. I spent 1 year working from home studying and developing personal websites. ...
Henry's user avatar
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6 votes
7 answers

How are specific skills evaluated in salary? [duplicate]

TLDR; Short of getting offers from other companies in a job search, how can I evaluate the monetary value of each new skill I gain? For instance, since I started my job (analyst), I've learned a few ...
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3 votes
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Academic trying to jump over to consultancy [duplicate]

I am new here and I am not sure if this type of question is allowed but I do need some advice. I hold a PhD in technical science and have international appearances (UC Berkeley, Stanford) and ...
Marion's user avatar
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6 votes
3 answers

How much should I be paid extra for being on call? [duplicate]

I work in 3rd line technical support for a large multi national (non IT) company in the UK. I am one of four engineers/developers with a varying mix of knowledge, expertise and experience. I am the ...
medina's user avatar
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5 votes
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I have been asked to calculate a raise, should I ask based on my needs or to match my colleagues? [duplicate]

I've been recommended to calculate a raise based on my needs, and based on the average market salaries for my experience and job. Doing this leads me to a figure that is significantly lower than the ...
aguadoe's user avatar
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2 votes
3 answers

Am I underpaid as a "temp" front end developer? [duplicate]

I have worked for the past few months as a tech support help desk rep for $11.75/hr through a temp service. Recently, they asked if anyone had front end development skills. Several people responded ...
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2 votes
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HR manager won't tell me what salary they have in mind. She tells me to "negotiate my expectations" [duplicate]

I cleared the technical round of an interview with a company. In the HR round, the HR manager asked my expected salary, which I gave them. She wanted me to negotiate further. I asked her how much ...
Nest's user avatar
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1 vote
1 answer

How do you negotiate a salary when you've lowballed yourself in your current job? [duplicate]

One of the first questions the HR of your potentially new workplace asks is how much you make currently, then add 30% and this becomes the salary you're looking at at your new place. I didn't know ...
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1 vote
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How to know a ball park figure for a salary before going for the interview? [duplicate]

I have started to look for a new job, couple of weeks ago An internal recuriter of a company called me for a interview , the vacancy was posted at linkedin and i applied for it. The vacancy did not ...
ankur's user avatar
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3 votes
3 answers

How to answer questions about desired salary? [duplicate]

I currently work in a medium sized web development company. However, the management sucks, our team sucks, and most of the team is pretty much stuck in 2013 with no means to improve. Why does the ...
Gen. Anonymous's user avatar
2 votes
2 answers

What is the best way to find out salaries in my company? [duplicate]

I am a freshly employed software engineer in a young, successful company. I've worked here during both of the previous college summer breaks and that's when I negotiated my current salary. In exchange ...
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3 votes
2 answers

What is a good pay for a Part Time, Remotely-Working Full Stack Intern? [duplicate]

I am a senior in High School, but I have passed Freshman College programming classes, and have a lot of experience with website work. I am currently looking at a Full Stack Internship offer where I ...
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Negotiating salary as undergraduate [duplicate]

This semester I am doing 1 course. Next semester I will be doing 2 courses, after which I will have graduated. The 2 courses I will be doing next semester are general education courses that I have to ...
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