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How do I make a salary counter-proposal?

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Wael’s Answer

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY5SeCl_8NE&ab_channel=ramitsethi

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Katie’s Answer

Hi Devi - When countering a job offer, it's important to highlight the skills you bring to an organization, rather than the fact that you'd like more money. Carefully outline the specific skills you possess that justify a higher salary than you were originally offered.
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Seifeldin’s Answer

For salary negotiations, there is two scenarios, the first scenario is that you are a graduate hire and in this case the only way to negotiate a salary is that if you have other offers outstanding from other employers. In this case you could leverage this offer to get a better offer at the employers you want to get hired from. The only way to negotiate a salary if you're graduate and do not have other offers from other employers is that you have a very high technical skill set and you are applying for a technical position, this way you can leverage your skill set and compare with your colleagues in the market to negotiate a better salary. The other scenario is that you are applying for an experienced role. In this situation, the best way to negotiate your salary is to link your role to the employer's profits/revenues, for example if you are a sales engineer, you could use your past experience which may have had an effect on the company's revenues with X% which can be assumed in your new position, thus requesting a higher salary range.
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