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What Are Your Salary Expectations? Learn How To Answer This Interview Question ✓

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✅Watch Next: Interview Preparation MasterClass: https://youtu.be/9mXG3AiXVMY You will double your chances if you watch this masterclass entirely. This is how to answer the dreaded salary expectations / salary requirements interview question. Hope you benefit from it! This is by far one of the most controversial topics. Everybody seems to have an opinion about that. Most HR or recruiters say that you should give a range. I think differently. As always, before I can give you a straight up answer there are a few things I need to know. 1) Who is asking this question? Is it a headhunter, HR, or the hiring manager? So, let’s see the possible scenarios first Scenario 1: From a headhunter. So, you are just interviewing with a recruiter or headhunter Scenario 2: From HR or internal recruiter Scenario 3: From the Hiring Manager Scenario 4: From the Hiring Manager but you started the process with a headhunter
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Deniz Sasal (2 months ago)
✅Watch Next: Interview Preparation MasterClass: https://youtu.be/9mXG3AiXVMY You will double your chances if you watch this masterclass entirely.
SouthEast Wink 202 (10 months ago)
Deniz Sasal, I was called to schedule an interview this week from a large pharmaceutical industry that bought out its contender for 7.2 billion dollars.I ask the recruiter who called "what was the pay rate for this position" and she said she didn't have the info because they (employer) doesn't give out tgat much info concerning salary but she asked what was my offer....So i looked on glassdoor an seen the pay was within what i asked for...So i have an interview today @1:30pm.....Should i still go in asking them what are the standard salary budget for this position?
kimkima sailung (3 days ago)
What should we do if the current ctc and expected ctc were asked by email
Elena Savin (5 days ago)
Thank you again😊
Elena Savin (5 days ago)
Wow
Elena Savin (5 days ago)
Thank you
akhil rana (10 days ago)
i will have a home and my rightful money of my stolen ideas
Rachel Wu (14 days ago)
what should you do if you are obviously underemployed and if your employer finds out that your increment will be too high a jump above industry norm?
Rosemarie Marotta (19 days ago)
why don't they just tell you up front? why the games?
Roosevelt OKafor (19 days ago)
Deniz Sasal, how should I answer if it is a first-stage screening question (No face to face yet)? In other words, this is before I'm even called for an interview and I'm answering some questions online.
Adam Sadiq (1 month ago)
Great work
Jennifer Talara (1 month ago)
I appreciate your advice. Short, brief and very concise. Thank you.
Irish Polleros (1 month ago)
Nice
Teresa Cai (1 month ago)
YOU ARE AWSOME. Answers in this video are so smart and fair. Liked and subscribed! Cannot miss your videos for job interview!
Darius Muhali (1 month ago)
Good work
Мырза ШаХ (1 month ago)
One of the most useful channels I've ever seen
Amanda (1 month ago)
Hi Deniz, I just came from an interview and started searching videos on how to answer this question. Unfortunately I gave a figure which am just realizing now that it's too low. They said they will contact me for a second interview if I make it. How do I rectify this mistake and really say my salary expectations that I'm happy with. Am a recent gradute looking for her first job? Thanks for the help.
Valentine Nasike (1 month ago)
You are helping people through your video actually im having my interview tomorrow
Nắng Yêu Thương (1 month ago)
Thanks so much. It is worth watching. Very elegant and intelligent manner to ask for salary expectation. Because I know that the internal recruiters and hiring managers are kind of very experienced and well-skilled in this field:))
aishwarya lad (1 month ago)
How will you exactly come to know that who is asking you this question ❓ how to know this by being a fresher?
Kelvin Gaming (1 month ago)
Sir better you can offer me a suitable job pls I'm very poor guy, I'm seriously asking help sir..
Ritvars Alksnis (2 months ago)
Listened to your advise, it sounds reasonable, so I would like to add a dimension here, that may take it into new light. I would recommend to attend such interviews, where you are confident about your skills and you are able to "sell yourself" efficiently for position you would like to get. Practically this means that you need to do a homework, evaluating yous skills, so that looking for position you can filter only those, that are multidisciplinary and match your unique experience or education profile. There definitely will be couple of them were you look better, than others, otherwise... it could not be otherwise :) On such interviews you actually can use your salary ambitions as a sales point, showing them that you are really good at what you do, but you know your price either. Sure, you may get rejected claiming salary twice over market "max" range, but it is possible to get +30% over "max" salary figures (from what you will find in average salary statistics and even interviewing your mates).
Anup Menon (2 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I have watched a couple of your videos and found them interesting and very helpful. Would you have any idea on facial expressions ? I somehow turn out to be unapproachable when it comes to discussing suggestions as though my senior mgmt considers that my ideas are always great but my team feels i don't listen to their suggestions, even after stating to the team the pros and cons. Any advise ? thanks for your help !
An Le (2 months ago)
Dear Mr. Deniz Salsa, To discuss about this salary expectation. I've met the situation in which after I answer the industry range (from min to max) and the hiring manager says "But we can only pay xx (xx < min of the industry). Are you ok with that?". I think it twice and convince them again about the opportunity working in their company will yy (I confirm my motivation again here). Besides their provided number is bigger/equal my previous salary. Honestly, I don't even know whether this is the good way to cope with that situation or not because after all, I only received a Thank You letter from them :( May you share your point of view about this situation? Your valuable opinions would be a good direction for me to think and learn. Thank you,
puneet gola (2 months ago)
If i told them my expectations and then they say why should we give you that much package. Then what should i say
Humphrey Kairu (2 months ago)
Hello Deniz, just a concern, is it ok to shake the interviewers hand after the interview?
matthewpug (2 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I was wondering if you knew anything about Lean Six Sigma and if you would recommend it? Thank you for your videos and your guidance!
mesaky sama (2 months ago)
“ it’s difficult for me to expect a salary, i will be satisfied knowing that i am going to receive a salary that is equal to my colleagues “ is that a good answer ?!
PEPS Deco (2 months ago)
Thanks Deniz, I wish i watched your video before i went to interview:-D
M.H Tech U.K (2 months ago)
Your the man
saoud boozebb (2 months ago)
Good, good. I can seee that you are trying to help other people sir.
Jou Jr (2 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I hd an interview for a project manager in one company, but after twice intrvew by HR Manager and HR specialist, we don't talk about salary. We just talk about my background, experiences and some issues how a manager will handle it. So, I really dnt knw, why they didn't discuss about that? I won't to ask them first, because i am worry they might reject me😁. Do you have any solution for this? I am still waiting for the next step, intrvew with director🙄. Thanks
Shihab Ahmed (2 months ago)
wish i could find your video much sooner , its very informative
pepe pepe (3 months ago)
Hey, i have a doubt: could be a bad impression to the recruiter if after he ask me about my salary expectation i do not answer and re ask him about the salary range?
Rahul Raghuwanshi (3 months ago)
You look like Edward norton
Victoria Rivera (3 months ago)
Great advice!
Edward livingstone (3 months ago)
Man! You just look like my brother! btw subscribed ur channel!
v penywise (3 months ago)
My wife was just headhunted recently about a decent (senior professional level) job in a completely different country. I mean, nothing even close or similar to our own country. And it's a about a small city in that country, which adds up to the confusion on what salary she should have asked for. Of course, she did exactly what you suggested, she directed the question back to the headhunter, on their first interview. She got asked how much you expect and my wife responded with all those logical questions - she doesn't know what the salary range for this position in this country is, what's the standard of living, the rent costs, child care costs, etc. The reply from the headhunter was - "well, people make their own research, so do that and send me your expectations over an email". Which left my wife in a very peculiar position... as that information and her expectation would be directed to the hiring manager immediately. Of course, we did the next logical thing, which is by the way suggested in your video - researched the ranges, then she picked the top range, because she's being headhunted for a "senior" level specifically. It's been almost a week now and there's no response from anyone. At this point, quite frankly I don't see how our family would even consider emigration for such a company, based on that hiring process.
Viktor Markin (3 months ago)
Deniz this was very helpful, i wish glassdoor had more data inside location: Turkey . Cheers from Istanbul!
Free Will (3 months ago)
Sir, I think you should continue making videos like this.
Alexandr Padalka (3 months ago)
🗽
David Yeates (3 months ago)
I disagree with you. Here is my strategy and reasoning. You need to select a number in advance of the interview. When asked for your salary expectations, give them a number that is slightly higher then the number you have chosen (Not a lot higher, just a little higher). About 2-5% higher should be about right. This is because you need to seem like you are trying to get an honest salary without seeming greedy. I like your idea of doing your research ahead of time and even naming your information source. They will likely begin negotiating. This is why you gave a figure that was a little high. If your willing to come down by 2% then it will make you seem more attractive as a candidate. They will feel like they are getting a good deal. There is one problem with this strategy, you may loose the job based on salary expectations. Don't not compromise too much, or you will seem desperate. Ask them politely to reconsider. Remind them that you are still excited about the opportunity if they are willing to change their mind and request that they call you. Here is the hard part... you need to leave and risk never getting the job. If this happens, remind yourself that it wasn't the right opportunity and that you want to work for a company where you a fairly compensated. However, it more and more cases you will find your pay increase, and your prestige increase. You have to be willing to make the hard choice to walk away. The most counter-intuitive part about this process is that being confident in your salary expectations will actual get you MORE offers, not less. Many employers respect confidence (Be sure not to come across as arrogant) and will often assume your value is higher then if you had provided a salary range. You will get MORE letters of offer with HIGHER salaries.
Anil Kumar (4 months ago)
Is it okay if I tell that I am not aware of salary ranges to HR or hiring manager when I am intervening for international location?
Eliphas Elly (4 months ago)
intetesting
Edward Cobbinah (4 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I am from Ghana. In my country there is not public document about salary ranges, issues about salaries are secret and one would not know if he is going high or low. In this case , if the HR or hiring manager insists that you mention a figure, how do you go about it ?
Sana Saiyed (4 months ago)
Hello. I am struggling with my accent and new adjustment in a new country. I am not giving up, I have two interviews piled up. I am practicing and watching the videos. Wish me luck. The videos r helping me out they r better than the silly ones who just beat around the bush. So Thank you.
的小鸟愤怒 (4 months ago)
Useful information
Dr. Jinal Rathod (4 months ago)
Sir if they offer less amount then how to answer ?
JUAN RODRIGUEZ (4 months ago)
Good morning Deniz. Currently, I am living in Canada, and I do not know what could be the best way to make the first approach to my boss asking for a raise. I have watched your videos, and I could not find how to do it. Could you please give me advice?
Rahaf Mukhaimer (4 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I want to ask what if the company told me how much the salary and i wasn't happy about the number they gave me, how can I act to increase the number ?
Keidra Douglas (4 months ago)
This is so helpful! Why didnt I see this stuff sooner?
riomathew50 (4 months ago)
Mate, many of the HR is asking me whats the current draw.. so they will give/start from the same even if i want more to be. I cant lie whether if in case they are asking for the previous pay slips
selvaraj nandakumar (4 months ago)
Please let me know the website
Oncus2 (4 months ago)
So the best answer in most situations is still offer a range? Hmm..
Hardi Mohammed (4 months ago)
thanks for the tips
tuari108 (4 months ago)
Another great video, this content is absolutely brilliantl
Dustball Lim (5 months ago)
i've got interview in less then 8 hours. it's my first time getting an interview. when an internal recruiter called me I panicked and low balled my expectation salary. how do I save myself from this situation? anyone please help me asap
ghulam rasool (5 months ago)
Hi Deniz Thanks to your tips and videos i Ace my interview and have been call for the second interview kindly give me some tips what i should expect for the second interview ?
Ganapati Hegde (5 months ago)
Very nice and helpful video!
Anamul Haq Bappy (5 months ago)
Well, recruiter(not from the company) ask me my salary expectation and I told her "About salary, I do not have any expectation. Every job requires certain skills. Maybe some of them I am lacking. On the top, this one would be my first full time IT profession in Australia. So, whatever they will pay me at the beginning, I am happy with it. After gaining certain skills, I will ask to increase my salary."
shakeer ali (5 months ago)
Thank you 👍
GIZACRST (5 months ago)
Hello sir I applied for job. my application status shows reviewed/ hiring manager review. I want to know what's means?
sajith c (5 months ago)
How shud i tackle this question " how much do u earn now?" Shud i answer that? Isnt it confidential??
Get Dress (5 months ago)
Hi Deniz, I am not sure if you will read this but I'd like to go ahead and share my experience and getting some feedback, if possible. I have encountered the second senario that you have mentioned in which the internal HR called to ask me about my expected salary but I didnt know what is the right salary to expect so at the agony of the moment I mentioned a range which was later proved to be lower than the market rate. I regretted, what can I do? Thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts.
Jean-Paul Kouassigan (5 months ago)
The tips were really insightful.Thank you Deniz Sasal for sharing.
Seth M (5 months ago)
Thanks for this great video. I learnt a lot from watching it. I had no idea how to answer this question.
rakesh sharma (5 months ago)
Very useful tips thanks
Chuisem Lungleng (5 months ago)
Very simple yet very effective !! Thanks
Julius Kurniawan (5 months ago)
Hey Deniz, How about if the question is throwing up at the offering session from HR assistance? Is that okay if we just saying the range numbers?
Richspere 560 (5 months ago)
Hi, what if I have given the headhunter a number and at the last stage of the interview, I was still asked what my salary expectations are. What do I say?
Aaron (5 months ago)
Another gem!
vipul jhamnani (5 months ago)
Those are some great suggestions. Thanks man!
IoSonoIoProprioIo (5 months ago)
What if my current salary is above industry standards - what arguments to use with a potential future Hiring Manager if I actually expect an even higher salary than my current one?
Alex Seah (6 months ago)
Awesome and keep it up with your great work in providing the tips!
Fawas Fais (6 months ago)
Superb advice
Masheal Waleed (6 months ago)
Agree I just did that didn't tell my expectations, showed them my priority in job and proving my skills in Sales Finger cros
Omer Mindivanli (6 months ago)
Nice Video!
jessica canteen (6 months ago)
Yes but what about online applications that require an entry to advance with the application?
Salim Mwabili Musa (6 months ago)
your videos are great, they have good info on professional presentations
Missy Kay (6 months ago)
Please can you do a video on negotiating on other things eg PTO. I got a job offer The Top IT Consulting Firm (100% travel Consulting), and they talking 16days PTO and 9 days public holidays. PTO is very important to me and i dont know how to negotiate on this or if i should at all or not to avoid jeapardizing me getting the job
Gerant T (6 months ago)
What if a headhunter or hr contacted me and saw my profile online and there's an expected salary in my online profile which they saw right away.. And they have an opening for a job which have a budget of almost twice my expected salary.. How do I properly say that I don't want to under sell myself for the position and want more than what is shown in my online expected salary?
Wish Maker (6 months ago)
Thank you Deniz! Your videos are really awesome!🙂
Amanda Pombo (6 months ago)
Deniz Sasal. I absolutely love the way you explain everything in such detail, I've just had my first ever interview via Skype and your videos helped me so much to prepare for it. Thank you so much you are amazing!
salah kh (6 months ago)
Hello deniz just want to ask if you are consulting manager at emirates?
Md Ammadulla (6 months ago)
Really awesome
Dagi Alex (6 months ago)
Thanks man! 🤨 I got what I want and it is help full. 👍🏼
Sarwat Rattani (6 months ago)
If we give out a range, don't you think that the hiring manager automatically assumes the lower number? While the candidate is assuming a higher number. Wouldn't giving one solid number be more helpful 🤔 also how to renegotiate once you have quoted a range or number?
Sukrit chandel (6 months ago)
i feel that i can crack the interview easily thank you keep up the work and will get back to you with some suggestions after the interview if i can
dejuana halbert (6 months ago)
Thanks
Khaleej Kha (6 months ago)
Thanks I suggest you always look for some increment so decide yourself your bottom line and stick to it
Lee-yallian Garises (7 months ago)
This is probably the most useful channel I've come across on YouTube. Many people need this kind of advice as they flunk due to nervousness even when they are actually qualified for the job. Thanks for making a difference.
my self (7 months ago)
thanks 👍 two thumbs up 😉 great job
Gena (7 months ago)
thank you very much. this was my question for the interview I have in two days.
johngilbert plancia (7 months ago)
From this moment the only thing i want is to grab this big opportunity since im a fresh graduate i dont have any experience at work so im here to learn and to Improve knowledge and skills . Do you sir this answer would be ok?
Faiz Anis (7 months ago)
Hi, I'm from India..I got job offer letter but the HR mention less salary into the offer letter ...It is not reaching up my salary range...So should I do??? What I say to Hr through email...Will u plz tell me sir... Thanking u.
Saif Giryal (7 months ago)
Well what if the Candidate is experienced person, should he compare his existing CTC nd ask a percentage increase on the same ? If yes than what should be the ideal percentage increase?
Chernor Sesay (7 months ago)
Thank you
Kazi Rizanul Islam Tamim (7 months ago)
Plzzzzzz use subtitles...
AJ DJ (7 months ago)
Hey Deniz, I appreciate that you are sharing the interview related info with the whole world. I gained engineering experience of 3 years and then I took over my family business. I have been running my family business for over 3 years and now I decided to switch back to engineering jobs. I have been applying for different engineering jobs and appeared in only 3 interviews within last 6 months. My resume selection ratio is very low and I haven't selected for any of these interviews. I watched your videos prior appearing for these interviews as well. so, What should I have been doing wrong that caused me to loose all these jobs??
Balaji Iyer (7 months ago)
Excellent tip!
Manish Ghumnani (7 months ago)
What about startup interviews ? Sometimes, the co-founders are the ones asking this...

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