How to Negotiate Salary in Every Situation (and Get it Right).

It’s perfectly normal to be nervous about negotiating your salary for a new job. Here’s the good news: We have all of the need-to-know advice on how to negotiate salary right here.

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You did it. You landed an offer for the job you wanted, and everything seems perfect. 🙌

The responsibilities are in line with what you want to be doing. Your potential new team seems great. The company culture is exactly what you were looking for.

There’s only one problem with that dream-worthy job offer you have in your hand: The salary is a little lower than what you expected.

You know there’s room to negotiate for higher pay, but you’re nervous about approaching that conversation in a way that captures your professionalism and enthusiasm—but still makes your expectations clear.

It’s perfectly normal to be nervous about negotiating your salary for a new job. Here’s the good news: We have all of the need-to-know advice on how to negotiate salary right here.

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