/ Asked by Matt
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?
Answered by Katelyn, Hiring Expert at Avery Dennison Corporation, on Monday, July 8, 2019
Great question - I always encourage candidates to check out www.paysa.com and www.salary.com to research what salary targets best fits their experience, education level, and skill set. Specifically, www.salary.com allows you to generate a free report based on location and years of experience. After gathering a couple of data points, you should have a general range for what makes sense for your background.

Also, if you are presented with an offer - even if it meets what you were seeking salary wise - don't be afraid to negotiate. It may feel uncomfortable doing so, but you never know until you ask. The worst thing that can happen is the hiring team says "no" but it may lead to other options (like extra vacation days, sign-on bonus or etc).  
Answered by Sylvia, Hiring Expert at HP Enterprise, on Friday, July 12, 2019
Katelyn brings up great points and resources! I would also tap into your university career center. They do some analysis on what the going salary ranges are of their students when they get hired to different companies in different locations or at least can help drive that conversation. They may even have some good information about offer negotiations to check out! Best of luck! 
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