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Bravely_Default41 karma

Not really a resume question more of a salary negotiation question.

I guess my question can be boiled down generally to, is it always advisable to counter on a job offer? If they offer 50k and I want 50k should I counter and ask for 55k anyway? It just seems like generally employers always want to pay you as little as possible and their first offer is never the max that they can offer for a position, it's usually toward the middle of the budget; so for this example the budget would be for 45-55k. Which brings me back to my original question, should I always counter a job offer to try and get more with the notion that employers will never offer max and I could likely get closer to the max by countering?

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As a follow up, are there any liabilities to countering in your experience/opinion? Meaning have you ever seen an offer be completely rescinded because of a reasonable counter or most of the time will the employer just stick by their original offer if they're not willing to budge?

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One thing I like to have is an entire album, or a combination of songs, in one file. This makes it so I don't have to do any skipping or whatnot in the car. What would be useful is if I could provide multiple links and have them be merged into one file. Would that be possible?

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Are there going to be any cameo appearances by any of the Banjo-Kazooie cast in Yooka-Laylee?