declining a job interview means a potential loss of moneyIt is wonderful to see a meaningful purpose in what we do, to enjoy the time we spend in work, and to have great relationship with our colleagues. Nevertheless, when the bills arrive, we have to pay.

Nobody would go to work if they did not get paid (unless they are passive income earners, who can afford such a luxury for the pure love of their “job” :)).

In this section you will find some advice on how to negotiate a better salary in an interview, how to write a salary negotiation letter, or how to ask for a raise in your job, anytime you feel you deserve it.

  • Salary negotiation tips – Basic rules you should remember when negotiating a salary in your interview.
  • Salary negotiation letter – If you do not feel like negotiating in an interview, and prefer to write a letter (or email) once they made the first offer, you can learn how to do it in a best possible way.
  • How to ask for a raise – Choose the right time, the right spot, and the right words when you ask for a raise. You deserve to earn more, but you need to know how to convince your employer that you truly deserve a better salary.
  • Salary counter offer – We live in a world of demand and supply. If they really want you, you can convince them that your price on the employment market is higher as they initially thought. It’s a matter of a good counter offer.
  • Salary history on your resume – Samples and advice on how to include salary history on your resume.