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Hello, I am going to have a job interview in Tennessee on Monday working for a private engineering firm but don't feel comfortable about the salary requirements. I said on my resume that I require at least $31,200 to live off of if I am hired. This doesn't seem like much to me but when I was taking to the company recruiter that is what they are wanting to pay! This seems completely out of range for a position as GIS Analyst in the Nashville Metro. Area. The average for the specific area where I would be living in is at least $33,500 yearly. Why might they be so low on there salary requirements? Also, I really don't feel comfortable working for such a small company. They only employ a 150 workers in three different offices in the U.S. Also, they are getting ready to open a office in St. Louis, Mo which I have heard is risky to do for a small company. I've also seem on that they have just hired 2 GIS Analyst in Tennessee alone. It sounds like the company doesn't have very many experienced workers but I would be coming in as an entry level GIS Analyst and obviously would needs months of training. What do you think I should do when interviewed? Should I even go to the interview or do you think that this may be a bad idea? They are also offering me $200 for relocation expenses and I might have job interviews with SAIC or URS corporation in the next couple of weeks. What would you suggest me doing, go to the interview and accept the job offer or what? Also, can I think about the job offer for a couple of days before I accept the job? Thank you

Asked By: nate8656 - 1/29/2010
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Answered By: CaliGuy84 - 1/29/2010
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