5 myths about negotiating salary

Job seekers get more nervous about negotiating salary than seemingly any other part of the job application process. Negotiation doesn’t come naturally to most people, and they’re often not sure how hard to push for more money, or whether to push at all.

Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about five myths that you might believe about negotiating salary, and why they’re wrong — including that you should refuse to name a number first, that you should lie about your current salary to get a higher offer, and more. You can read it here.

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