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What do you suggest to write to the employer after receiving job offer, about salary negtiation? [Urgent]?

I had my second interview yesterday but I did not negotiate about the salary since I had heard it would be better to negotiate after receiving job offer. So the employer has sent me the job offer for a full-time 'Technical Support & Development Associate' position from a digital development company for $45,000 per year, the benefit package includes mandatory 50-50 cost-share Employee Benefits program, and normal 15 days vacation per year. I am a new Masters (M.A.) Graduate from Canada, but I also have more than 4 years of work experience in digital development in my field after my undergraduate studies. This would be my first job in Canada beside my research assistant in our university. It is my first experience and I would really like to know what is commn or suggested to do in such situation. The employers's email reads: Dear Marie, Thank you for the meeting today. I am excited about the possibility to work together. I’d like to offer you the position of 'Technical Support & Development Associate' to commence February 15, 2013 at the annual salary of $45,000. I’m attaching details about the offer and information from our finance team about benefits. I would love to hear from you by Monday, but please do not hesitate to contact me if you have questions. Jane ----------------------------- Now what do you suggest me to write her. She sent her email yesterday, but I still have not replied her. Any suggestions would be appreciated. P.S. I like this job but if it's salary was a bit more it could be better, since I may still receive phone calls for others interviews when I start this job ( * So my other question is : Should I even apply for more jobs anymore? If I cannot talk on the phone for scheduling interviews or answering to the other companies for the othe jobs that I have applied for?) P.S. I like this job but if it's salary was a bit more it could be better, since I may still receive phone calls for others interviews when I start this job ( * So my other question is : Should I even apply for more jobs anymore? If I cannot talk on the phone for scheduling interviews or answering to the other companies for the othe jobs that I have applied for?) P.S. I like this job but if it's salary was a bit more it could be better, since I may still receive phone calls for others interviews when I start this job ( * So my other question is : Should I even apply for more jobs anymore? If I cannot talk on the phone for scheduling interviews or answering to the other companies for the othe jobs that I have applied for?)

Asked By: rain_drops - 1/26/2013
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I would say Thank you for the offer and all of the specifics. Ask if the salary and benefit package is negotiable or if it is a firm offer... More
Answered By: yyyyyy - 1/26/2013
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