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Be Willing to Walk Away

Be Willing to Walk Away

When considering your numbers, you should also come up with a “walk away point”—a final offer that’s so low that you have to turn it down. This could be based on financial need, market value, or simply what you need to feel good about the salary you’re bringing home.

Walking away from an offer will never be easy, but it’s important to know when to do it—and powerful to be able to say “no.”

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