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Quintessential Careers Salary Tutorial Quiz:
Providing Job-Seekers Insights into Salary Negotiation Tactics


Job-seekers are often at a disadvantage when negotiating salary. How well do you know salary negotiation tactics? Take our combination quiz and tutorial to not only test your knowledge, but gain deeper insights into negotiating your best salary... your best job offer.


Many job-seekers struggle with salary negotiation for a variety of reasons, but the fact that you are here is a sign that you realize the importance of making the right choices in attempting to get the best job offer.


Follow along with Quintessential Careers and salary guru Jack Chapman as we walk you through 28 questions and answers about salary negotiation -- and more than 80 pages of additional salary and job offer strategies, tips, resources, and detailed information to assist you in understanding the proceess on your way to obtaining the best job offer possible.


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