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How to politely decline my salary due to feeling I don't currently deserve it?
15 votes

In addition to the existing answers regarding a reevaluation of the question whether this position is right for you and the possibility of donating a part of your salary, it is also possible that you ...

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How do you handle a task that is not really meant for your position?
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11 votes

The bad news is that you are working under unreasonable conditions right now. Not necessarily with malicious intent from your boss, but as long as you don't establish reasonable boundaries, he asks ...

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Salary discrimination based on location
5 votes

The price of labor is determined by supply and demand. The employer does not have to offer wages that are nominally the same as in the US because he can find local employees with the relevant skills ...

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Employer won't tell me if I will be extended or not
3 votes

He could have been avoiding commitment if he was trying to get you prolonged but hasn't succeeded yet. Depending on the company culture, it may not be wise for him to tell you that he's trying to ...

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What should I do when the boss "pulls rank" to get their problems solved over our customers' problems?
3 votes

I agree with the other answers and would like to add one point: Make sure you have a written trail of raising your concerns. This is always possible. Even if your boss doesn't want to give you the ...

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Interview Says My Code is all Wrong, Even When It's Right and I Proved It Was Right Afterwards?
2 votes

Heads up: I am talking about the EU, the situation might be different in the US. He probably wanted to test your interpersonal skills. He needs to see how you react if challenged rudely. Asking for ...

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Is it a good thing to work in different fields throughout my career?
1 votes

It also depends on the employer. If we are talking about multi nationals, you want to specialise more for the future. Even if they operate in different fields, they can hire so many employees that ...

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It is it OK to ask to change the job title(role) in interview?
1 votes

It's rather ironic that you want to protest because your prospective title is not euphemistic enough. Usually, titles are overly euphemistic since they don't cost anything and motivate some employees. ...

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Resume line length with regards to readability
1 votes

If you haven't done it already, put some key words in bold. These long lines happen when you describe not only your job titles, but also concrete responsibilities and results on the resume. These ...

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