Move downwards from salary, equity, signing bonus until you can put together a comp mix that hits your total comp. If you can't, be ready to walk back, continue interviewing and follow up over the next few days. Time can help you get more leverage.
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Hello,I am a student from Morocco, in july i have applied to get my F1 visa but during the interview the officer asked me about my brother that lives in the usa and after seeing that he went to the usa by a tourist visa he rejected my visa with the 214 b law. While seeing with two agents that will prepare with me my next interview one of them said that the the probleme is your brother that went by a tourist and immigrated in the usa and during the second interview you need to prove that you will comeback after graduation and the other says that in order to get your visa you need to change the university and apply to an expensive 20 000 tuition (fisher college in boston) rather than the one i got admitted in 11 000 tuition per year and got a visa refusal (metro state university in minneapolis). Can you please help me and give me an advice because i am to cofused and i dont know who should i listen to and whta decision to take between those two choises i have. Thank you ine advance.
Firstly Feeling gratitude & thanks for your answers in this blog , I am planning to study in USA for next year, I have only 15 years education, I have B.Sc (3years) degree, 3 years of IT experience, Is there any chances for my qualifications to get a admission in USA universities.
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Think about that for a second. Accepting the next job that comes along is not always the best decision. And staying at a job longer than is good for you is not the best option to help you accomplish your professional and financial goals either.
One of the biggest mistakes I see people make with their careers is simply accepting the next job that comes along with no consideration of what opportunities that will lead them to next. This Victorious Career Roadmap process is one of the many unique components Dynamo Careers has to offer to you (and is something I see many career coaches don't focus on enough). Having a well-crafted strategic plan will help guide you to your ultimate career goals as well as help you maximize your full earning potential. Having this foundation in place will ensure you become (and stay) focused on the right opportunities that will ensure alignment with the right roles that pay you what you are worth!! This Career Roadmap is one of several components in how I help clients make up to $100,000 MORE per year!
When it comes to landing your next role, it's not all about earning more Benjamins $$$ (although bringing home more bacon is almost always a welcome benefit, right?) Negotiation is one of my absolute favorite topics! In my 10+ years of Career Coaching experience, I have found that most professionals don't even attempt to negotiate, or if they do negotiate they don't always do it in the most effective way possible.
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