What are your salary expectations?
Remember that knowledge is power in a negotiation, and you don't want to be handing that leverage over to your employer.
By showing that you're confident, thoughtful, and prepared, you'll impress hiring managers with your ability to stand your ground.
Read more and join the conversation on the blog.
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Are you as excited as we are for today's Grace Hopper Celebration?
Make sure you review our tips and tricks on how to:
✔Network at #GHC19,
✔Pitch yourself to employers,
✔Get to the best parties!
Good luck, have fun, and let us know how it goes.
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Have you ever worked with a #recruiter?
Noelle Johnson (My Interview Buddy) explains why recruiters are a great way to get an "in" for amazing opportunities, but keep your net wide open.
"I have worked with recruiters as a candidate and worked as an in-house recruiter myself, and I have seen first-hand how having a good relationship with a good recruiter can make a monumental difference in your career. A great recruiter can help you make the connection you need to get an incredible job." - Noelle Johnson
Read her advice on the blog!
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Take the weekend to browse through our new #RemoteJobs.
"Remote work has long been championed as a way to help women excel in their careers because of the flexibility it offers. Whether less emphasis on seat-time and more emphasis on results is actually a key driver of these positive results is unclear, but this study certainly supports the notion that remote work is good for women."