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The Best Way to Answer the Salary Question

The first job interview represents a way for you and your prospective manager to get to know each other. At this time, your employer may ask a salary question. Although this is unusual because employers usually discuss salary at the very end after a job offer is on the table. However, it may be a good idea to get salary negotiations over early so neither side wastes time.
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