How do i ask about salary in a job interview?
I am currently working as a retail sales assistant but I have an interview for a retail assistant managers job with a different company. I just need to know how to approach the question of salary in the interview and an idea of how much I should be aiming for. As I haven't previously worked in a managerial role I'm unsure of how much they get paid. I live in the North West of England and the pay seems to vary for the same role. Can anyone help?
Asked By: Claire - 4/4/2012
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You don't mention it in a job interview. Wait until they offer you the job and they will offer a salary. You can choose to accept it or negotiate for a higher salary.
Answered By: deborah g - 4/4/2012
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Well in an interview, the person interviewing you will usually tell you what the pay is, if not simply ask them in a very polite manner how much they pay. If they ask you how much you want, research, and find out how much the average retail manager earns. Then you'll atleast have an idea, and then you could negociate... More
Answered By: Tamsyn - 4/4/2012
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