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What You Need to Know About the Salary Expectation Interview Question

It’s one of the most dreaded interview questions of all times probably because it blends the awkward conversation topic of money with the fear of asking for too much, too little or downright rejection in the worst case scenario.
While answering questions about salary may be low on your priority list, it’s important you know how to prepare for this question so that you can manage the conversation with confidence AND come out financially ahead. Here’s what you need to know to answer this question.

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What You Need to Know About the Salary Expectation Interview Question

  1. 1. “What’s  Your  Salary   Expecta5on?”     What  You  Need  To  Know  About  This  Tricky  Interview  Ques5on  
  2. 2. “What is your salary expectation?” It’s  one  of  the  most   dreaded  interview   ques5ons  because  it   blends  awkward   conversa5on  of  money   with  the  fear  of  asking   too  much,  too  liJle,  or   rejec5on.  
  3. 3. Here’s  what   you  should   know  to   prepare:  
  4. 4. 1. You’re Not Negotiatin Hardball (Yet) Avoid any mention of numbers.
  5. 5. If you’ve done your research, you should know exactly the range of what someone like you should be making.
  6. 6. 2. Be Prepared It’s a general rule when interviewing!
  7. 7. Use Glassdoor’s salary tool or Payscale.com to gauge your market value
  8. 8. 3. Avoid Talking Numbers At this stage, you want to be as vague and disinterested in numbers as possible.
  9. 9. You can talk numbers further into the process, but right now it’s all about learning about the opportunity.
  10. 10. 4. Don’t Get Defensive Avoid feeling sabotaged
  11. 11. Your interviewer doesn’t want to make you a low ball offer, they just want to make sure it makes sense to keep talking.
  12. 12. 5. Keep The Tone Casual & Friendly
  13. 13. Likeable people receive job offers and win salary negotiations so don’t get ruffled by this topic.
  14. 14. Smile and casually express more interest in learning about the role and potential fit.
  15. 15. 6. Talk Fit, Not Finances
  16. 16. No one wants to hire someone who’s only interested in money. The company needs to know you’re invested in their mission.
  17. 17. 7. Don’t get Overly Confident Conversations around salary are pretty standard for the initial phone screen or interview.
  18. 18. Just because we’re touching on money, doesn’t mean we’re talkin’ money just yet.
  19. 19. 8. Don’t Ever Lie About Salary History
  20. 20. Why?? Lying is just outright bad (but you knew that).
  21. 21. Why?? Employers can get their hands on this info. nothing will take you out of the running faster than A Lie.
  22. 22. For more interview advice visit: www.NGCareerStrategy.com