7 Things to Consider Before Writing on Vocal.Media
I’m often asked if writing on Vocal is worth the effort. That depends on many factors, including what you write about and your target audience. Since most Vocal-related articles are based on a few days or weeks of experience, it makes sense to look at the numbers from several months or longer.
What Are Your Salary Expectations?
Summary. There are many interview questions that inspire dread in an interviewee — from “What’s your greatest weakness?” to “Tell me about yourself.” But one in particular is especially complicated: “What are your salary expectations?” If you go too low, you might end up making less than they’re willing to pay. But if you go too high, you could price yourself out of the job. In this piece, the author offers practical strategies for how to approch this question along with sample answers to use as a guide. Job interviews can feel awkward. You’re trying to prove you’re the right person for the role, but you never quite know what to expect or what your interviewer is really thinking about you. One of the most common interview questions — and one of the more awkward ones — is about salary. You know the one: What are your salary expectations?