The first question candidates should ask recruiters should be about salary range, according to Brown. Mention salary expectations right away. The negotiation doesn't stop after the initial conversation. It's best to negotiate salary after you've demonstrated to the company that you're the best candidate for the position and that you have a formal job offer.
If the recruiter has done a good job, they should have already determined that your salary expectations are within their budget in the selection call. So how should you respond when the hiring manager asks you about your salary expectations? These recruiters should have the same strategy manual as the recruiters who discussed my interview with Glassdoor.
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