How do you answer salary expectations?
I am open to the going salary for this job.
How should you respond when an interviewer asks what your salary expectations are before an actual interview?
Introduce yourself Your Education? Experience? Areas of interest? Salary expectations? ---------- Tell me about yourself. What do you expect to be doing five years from now? Ten years from now? Why should I hire you? What are your ideas about salary? Why do you want to work for our company/organization?
What kind of careers work with animals like primates and other exotic animals and what would be the salary expectations?
I think you could be a zookeeper. Not sure about the salary though. A veterinarian is a good one because you help all kinds of animals and your salary would be up to you and who all you help according to your work standards I think you should be a zoo vet which would allow you to work with large primates and other large animals and also because your a vet you would get a…
This is one of the hardest questions, particularly for those with little experience. Steer clear of discussing salary specifics before receiving a job offer. Let the interviewer know that you will be open to discussing fair compensation when the time comes. If pressed for a more specific answer, always give a range instead of a specific number.
Expectations is a plural noun which means a belief that something will occur. It can therefore be used in the following possible sentences: All the expectations were on the government to provide emergency shelter. Many people have expectations that the world will end soon. Sometimes runners in the olympics do not live up to expectations.