For recent grads looking for their first job the thought of salary negotiation may be the last thing on their mind. But, Lauren Lyons Cole explains how not negotiating could be bad for your pocketbook in the long run.
Robyn Feldberg: Regarding salary negotiation, my tip is don't bring salary up too soon. If you're pressed early on in the interview process to give a salary figure that you want, try to keep a wide range, because you don't want to start negotiating until you've had an opportunity to sell yourself for the job.
Most workers want more money, but not everyone knows how to ask for it. Negotiating salary is a delicate process that can really pay off or, if done poorly, can backfire. We asked employers for their best tips for negotiating higher salaries.
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It's no secret that recent graduates with degrees in the liberal arts are out-earned by most of their classmates. But in the long run, they catch up to at least some of their peers. Melissa Korn reports on the News Hub. Photo: Getty Images.