loading...
Play Button Pause Button

Two Numbers You Need to Know Before Negotiating Salary (video)

candidateplanet profile image lusen / they / them 🏳️‍🌈🥑 Updated on ・1 min read

There are two numbers that you need to know before going into a job negotiation.

SHOW NOTES
☆ Online compensation resources ☆
☆ Glassdoor: http://glassdoor.com/
☆ Levels.fyi: https://www.levels.fyi/
☆ Coding school graduate spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JR4KrVH1dygniLiLFAMTvdSp5gGLVKKkOxBYiPQagvE/edit?usp=sharing
☆ Mega salary spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1rGCKXIKt-7l5gX06NAwO3pjqEHh-oPXtB8ihkp0vGWo/htmlview
☆ Gitlab pay calculator: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-group/global-compensation/calculator/
☆ Buffer pay calculator: https://buffer.com/salary/senior-engineer-2/average/

HAVE A CANDIDATE QUESTION YOU WANT US TO ANSWER?
CandidatePlanet@gmail.com

OTHER WAYS TO CONSUME THIS CONTENT:
☆ Youtube ☆ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdvny6qs8e4VUJIG01puw2Q
☆ Newsletter ☆ https://www.dangoormendel.com/blog (sign up at top of blog)
☆ Podcast ☆ https://candidate-planet.simplecast.com
☆ Dev.to ☆ https://dev.to/candidateplanet

MORE ABOUT DANGOORMENDEL:
☆ DangoorMendel ☆ https://www.dangoormendel.com
☆ Speaking Inquiries ☆ CandidatePlanet@gmail.com
☆ Potential Clients ☆ hello@dangoormendel.com
☆ Lusen on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/lus
☆ Lusen on Twitter ☆ https://twitter.com/staycalmcomic
☆ Adam on LinkedIn ☆ https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamdangoor
☆ Adam on Twitter ☆ https://twitter.com/adamdangoor

Posted on by:

candidateplanet profile

lusen / they / them 🏳️‍🌈🥑

@candidateplanet

I help candidates ace interviews and negotiate job offers. Check out my videos and send me topics or questions you want answered.

Discussion

markdown guide
 

Good series of videos! the only thing to keep in mind is...that there are 2 types of recruiters that I can think of. The ones that are a recruiting agency and the ones who work at the company you are applying for. The ones who work for a recruiting agency the are going to try to get you the hightest $$$ they can from the company they are doing the recruitment for. Why? because the majority of those recruiters get paid a % of your salary. So...more money for you, more money for them

 

Thanks for the encouragement Pato!

Working with an external recruiter can be helpful, both for negotiation and the connections to companies if you're having a hard time finding places to apply to or get your foot in the door.

PS - This made me curious so I posted to #discuss: dev.to/candidateplanet/have-you-wo...