Salaries & Job Offers

Congratulations, you have an offer! Deciding to accept or decline a job offer can be challenging, and there are many factors to consider.

How to harness the stress of job interviews and negotiation to your advantage

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Check out this post from the Carpe Careers blog published on the Inside Higher Ed website – written by PhD/postdoc career advisors for PhD students and postdocs:

By Joseph Barber
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CS Radio – Episode 96: “Don’t (Just) Say YES”

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Have a job offer? AMAZING! But don’t feel you need to accept on the spot. This week, we take a look at the art of negotiating. Michael and Mylene draw on examples from their own experiences, as well as some …

By Michael DeAngelis
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Deciding on Job Offers

Introduction

Congratulations, you have a job offer! The decision to accept or decline an offer can be challenging, and there are many factors to consider. Your first reaction is often excitement, followed by relief to have something in hand. Always …

By Jingy Yen
Jingy Yen Associate Director, Wharton Undergrad Jingy Yen
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Negotiating Salary and Evaluating An Offer

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When you are in the job search process, sooner or later you will need to prepare yourself to have the money discussion with an employer.    You may be asked to add “Salary Requirements” in an online application before even starting …

By Jamie Grant
Jamie Grant Senior Associate Director, Engineering Jamie Grant
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Here’s How to Ask for a Full-Time Position After an Internship (Email Template Included!)

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When I was a senior in college, I worked as an editorial intern for The Muse. By the time I graduated eight months later, I had a full-time job lined up here as an associate editor, which led me to …

By The Muse
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