- — UGA Career Center (@UGACareerCenter)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:03:35
- — UGA Career Center (@UGACareerCenter)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:05:02This chat is designed to give students the chance to hear from employers and UGA alumni on a range of career related topics #UGAjobchat
- — UGA Career Center (@UGACareerCenter)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:05:56Here’s how it works: we’ll number questions Q1, Q2, Q3. Just respond with A1, A2, A3 format and use hashtag #UGAjobchat so we can keep track
- The first question asked when interviewees should bring up salary.
- — Ashli (@Ashli_Inspires)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:13:47A1: Salary should be brought up by the employer. That shows they have an interest in hiring, mostly after the 1st interview #UGAJobChat
- — Jamie Mower (@mower_jamie)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:15:36A1: It's great to learn all the details about the position and expectations to then consider a range that is appropriate #UGAjobchat
- — Careers At Alliance (@Alliance_Career)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:15:49A1: Utilize the questions portion of the interview to address salary. This usually takes place after the interviewer's questions.#UGAjobchat
- — Kauffman Tire (@kauffmantire)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:17:21A1: The best time to mention salary is at the end of the interview when you ask the employer final questions about the position #UGAjobchat
- Question two asked how students should prepare.
- — Careers At Alliance (@Alliance_Career)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:21:46A2: Research, research, research! Search the salary of the position at other companies as a starting point. #UGAjobchat
- — Ashli (@Ashli_Inspires)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:23:16A2: Glassdoor & other sites show the average salary 4 the position n ur area & what's appropriate given ur experience&education #UGAJobChat
- — Ashli (@Ashli_Inspires)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:29:40A2: Don't forget that you can also negotiate your schedule. Working 4-10 hour shifts to have every Friday off, etc. #UGAJobChat
- — Ashli (@Ashli_Inspires)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:28:00A2: are other things you can negotiate, if you're dealing with an employer that doesn't want to increase your pay #UGAJobChat
- — Careers At Alliance (@Alliance_Career)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:23:40
- — Kauffman Tire (@kauffmantire)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:24:24A2: Do your research! There are many websites you can use as a resource to find salaries of similar positions in that industry. #UGAjobchat
- Question three asked about entry-level job-seekers.
- — Jamie Mower (@mower_jamie)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:31:57A3: Absolutely! Showcase your work ethic & recent projects to relate your experience to the skills #UGAjobchat http://www.igrad.com/articles/salary-negotiation-tips-for-entry-level-experience …
- — Kate Templeton (@khtempleton)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:32:03A3: It's good to negotiate salary/other benefits during any time in your career. If done well, it can leave a good impression. #ugajobchat
#UGAJobChat: Salary Negotiation (11/12/15)
#UGAjobchat is a monthly Twitter chat with students and employers about various career development topics. This #UGAjobchat discussed how college students should deal with salary negotiation. Read below for a summary of the chat to gain great advice on Career Fair Prep!
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