How Do You Ask for More Money?

United States
November 4, 2006 10:26am CST
If you are in ajob interview and they are offering you less than you think you are worth/the job should pay, how do you ask for more?
4 responses
• United States
5 Nov 06
In a job interview, one thing to remember is that they have already decided how much they're willing to pay...but they're probably low-balling you. By respectfully asking for more, they'll see that you also know what you want, and that will let them know that you mean business. If you really feel that hte job is worth more money, then tell them in a tactful but self-assured way. Something like, "Well, after speaking with you about the requirements and expectations of this position, I was actually thinking a little closer to *blank money*" Then just see what they say or how they react. If they can't do more than they offered, but you really feel that you're worth more, then forget about it. You don't want to work there anyway.
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@ozangel82 (754)
• Australia
5 Nov 06
If you are honest and open, list all your good qualities and what you can bring to the table and if you present your case well enough and they need you, you will get the $$$
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@fvalente (852)
• Portugal
5 Nov 06
"hey boss i want an improve in my earnings!"
• United States
5 Nov 06
I know what it pay before i walk in:-)