Recruiters typically get a salary number or range fairly quickly. After doing research and seeing the range based on your location and role, how do you determine where your salary should be based on your experience so you’re not asking too little or too much?
I've been working at the same company for eight months. I haven't received a raise yet. Is that normal? If so, when can I anticipate receiving a raise, or should I speak with my manager?
For most companies, raises are most often tied to a yearly planning cycle and most often that is tied to the company's fiscal year. The exception being if you actually change jobs (you get promoted and…View all answers »
I am a college senior with an internship that I really enjoy. How do I tell my office that I'm interested in being hired on after graduation? Also, how do I talk to them about transitioning from intern pay to a decent full-time pay? Thanks for the help!
First, it is great that you found an internship that you enjoy so much. That is very important in the job search after graduation. Not only do you get real-world experience, but you are learning what type of…View all answers »
What is the difference between a HSA and a traditional benefits plan?
A health savings account (HSA) is a pre-tax savings account for those enrolled in high deductible health plan. Money in the savings account can help pay for the deductible, as well as current and…
What is the best way to answer a salary question in an interview? How can I build self-confidence? How do I identify strengths and weaknesses? I'm interested in working for an eco-friendly textile company in the Southeast. Where can I start besides retail, or marketing as a pattern maker/dyer?
Hello, lots of great questions, let’s take it one at a time:
Salary – Do you research and come prepared! While I understand most people are hesitant to give a number, it’s to make…