Graduate Students: Evaluating and Negotiating Job Offers
Many job seekers view a job offer only as the amount of salary an employer extends. It is important to understand that the job offer is a comprehensive package of benefits that can include everything from the work to be performed to the location of the work setting. Salary is only one aspect of a job offer to consider before accepting a position. The negotiation process requires gathering information about yourself, your target industry, and the specific company. We will be outlining some tips below to help you navigate this process effectively. Negotiating and evaluating job offers can be difficult and stressful experiences. The Center for Career Discovery and Development will be providing a reflective and engaging workshop on the art of negotiating and evaluating job offers.