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What should I do if interviewer offers me job before telling me salary and benefits?

I had an interview last Wednesday and it went well. He said he's let me know by mid next week. Today is one week after. At the interview, he didn't bring up salary or benefits so I didn't want to because it gives them the wrong idea. Do employers offer jobs before they tell you the salary and benefits? And if calls me tdaoy saying thye'd love for me to work there, how do I ask what the salary and benefits are? I can't take a job without knowing that info? thanks!

Asked By: nyr1994 - 3/3/2010
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generallly, employers will tell the salary and benefits when the job is offered, so that an employee can decide if he/she wants the job. If they offer u the job today without telling u the salary and benefits, u should ask.
Answered By: T E - 3/3/2010
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The interview and the benefits are completely separate - remember that for life... More
Answered By: Judy - 3/3/2010
 
Dear you should know that the interviewer knows very well you need that information ,so its advisable not to bother yourself and wait .note that during reporting you still have time to discuss issues like working conditions ,salary ,responsibilities ,goals ,and others .nice time
Answered By: patoo - 3/3/2010
 
Most employers include a suggested salary when they offer you the job. If per chance they should make you and offer before negotiating salary, my recommendation would be to tentatively accept the offer first and then negotiate the salary. Perhaps a strategy may be" I would very much like to work with your. When... More
Answered By: PracticaL Mentor - 3/3/2010
 
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