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Step 17 - Negotiating Pay for a New Job



If you are in the stages of negotiating pay for a new job there are a few things that you will want to learn BEFORE stepping into discussions. In this video I teach the small but yet clearly different distinctions between getting a raise at an existing job and negotiating for pay when starting a new job. There are important differences that you will find helpful when taking this on.

In this video I will teach you...

* The exact time to discuss compensation and (more importantly) the right words to say.

* How to balance out your excitement.

* The right times to talk about compensation and commitment.

* Ways to prove your value to the company hiring you.

* How to tell if there are other people being considered for this position.

* Why approaching things from a "clarification" perspective can really make you look good to your potential new employer.

* How to end your negotiation on a strong and powerful note.

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