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Can a new company see how much you're being paid?

I'm currently on (for argument's sake) 20k. I'm due to get a pay rise to 25k soon. I'm going for an interview at a new company soon, and I know that they will ask me what my current salary is. Can I ...
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Was offered higher salary “later”, do I push for “sooner”?

At company X, I was offered a job at "The new office", A, which "We will be opening soon". The manager of the "new office" resigned, office A did not materialize. While a replacement for the manager ...
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2answers
143 views

Specific data sources for negotiating salary on a job offer?

I am aware of lots of sources, like the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, GlassDoor, SalaryQuest, and Salary.com, Indeed.com's salary search, and the others that come up ...
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6answers
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What to do when a job offer is made but with a salary less than what was asked for?

I got a job offer this morning from a place I interviewed at yesterday for a front end developer position in nyc. I told them my salary expectation is 75k in the email to which they responded to set ...
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6answers
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Changing jobs as a strategy to build a good income?

In most professions, it seems that when you change jobs, you are eligible for a pay hike (at least up to a certain ceiling amount). My questions are: Is this a viable long term strategy to ...
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What's the proper way to negotiate a job offer's salary?

Say I receive an offer letter from a potential employer. They state clearly the offered salary, and I have a good idea how to value the benefits. With all that, it's less than I'd like. How can I ...