Love the Offer, Hate the Money

When you're lowballed on a job offer, healthy dialogue with the prospective employer could lead to the salaryor other bonusesyou deserve

It's a sickening feeling: The person you desperately hope will be your next manager calls you on your cell phone. You race out into the parking lot to answer the call, and to your delight he says, "Chris, we'd like to make you an offer to join our team." Hurrah! Your heart is racing. You've been in stealth interview mode for eight weeks and you're ready to get out of it.

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