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How do i know what my salary requirement is?

How do i know what my salary requirement is? Topic: Good titles for homework
July 19, 2019 / By Earline
Question: I'm looking for a job, and they ask what my salary requirement is? What is a good way of determining what I should say without being too cheap or greedy?
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Celia Celia | 5 days ago
Your salary requirement would be based on a combination of factors, like what the job itself is, what your relevant work experience is, what your education level is, where you live, and what similar jobs pay in your area. You want to provide a number that is reasonable and fair, so you need to do your homework. Websites like salary.com or glass door.com can be good places to do some research, but you need to make sure that you have the correct search terms being used. For example, I work in quality assurance for the food manufacturing industry, but if I search for "quality assurance" I get results for ANY job with those words in the title, which includes other industries as well, so that's not an accurate representation of the true salary range for my position in my area. If you really don't know, you can always put something like "negotiable" in the blank and then discuss it when you are offered the position.
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Celia Originally Answered: UC A-G Course requirement?
I believe how it works is usually if your high school accepted middle school classes or college classes as high school level for advancement, the UC is supposed to accept them. Did you take Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra 2 in middle school? I think Algebra I is the lowest level accepted. Also, there is some other way they figure it, called validation, depending on what the course includes. Like Calculus *may* validate all three years of math. (Double check on this, I was kind of listening half way because my son *is* taking 4 years of math in high school. Or else.) However, it is best to take math every year during high school to be competitive if you want to attend one of the better UC's, and definitely at least 3 years. Double check with your counselor and remember, even if you take a class not needed for high school graduation or college admissions, if you don't do well in your senior year, you can have your offer rescinded -- even UCR has rescinded for a D in AP Calc BC, which wasn't a required course. Is there an AP Stat or a Computer Science course you can take for math? (Computer Science may count if there is a math pre-requisite and it's an 11th or 12th grade class.) At my son's private school, many kids take PreCalc or AP Calculus AB in 9th grade after having advanced through summer school or college courses. The typical path is PreCalc, AP Calc AB or Calculus or AP Stats, AP Calc BC, then Multivariable Calc & Differential Equations. If a student is beyond that, then they take college classes. While the college classes do not go into the GPA, they can be used for advancement if the student gets an A on a placement test, and the transcript is attached to the school's transcript for college admissions. One reason they don't like to skip over AP Calc AB and go straight to BC, besides that the school really likes to go deep into subjects, is because it can be a problem with college admissions, and we have a high matriculation to the Ivies and other top colleges. So they set up curriculum so most kids can do a full 4 years of math in high school, which makes them competitive. You did get a 5 (maybe 4) on the AP test, right? Good luck!
Celia Originally Answered: UC A-G Course requirement?
I thought electives were under g and art classes were under f. Aren't you supposed to factor those into your GPA since they are a-g? I'm really not sure. I thought classes taken beyond the requirement were factored in to the GPA. Ask your counselor. Your school actually calculated your UC GPA? That's weird. My school didn't. 0_o

Annitta Annitta
For more information on salaries for various jobs, use the career and salary research site PayScale to search. See http://bitly.com/Y115CQ .
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Yancy Yancy
Is this your first job? What field? What level? Have you looked at salary.com or other job sites that also list pay rates? Are you working w a recruiter or someone currently employed in your files who can give you some advice? W/o more information, it's tough to tell you a more specific answer.
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Yancy Originally Answered: NY STATE labor requirement question?
Didn't you already ask this question? See: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;... Who has told you it is not possible? If the State of New York has told you this is not possible, then I would tend to believe them - they know their own laws. However, as I said before, here is information concerning the labor laws in the State of New York: http://www.oag.state.ny.us/labor/employe... The best section to look at is this: http://www.oag.state.ny.us/labor/employe... EMPLOYMENT OF MINORS FOURTEEN OR FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE: The employment of minors fourteen or fifteen years of age in connection with any trade, business or service is prohibited when that minor is supposed to be in school, that is, during the hours when school is in session. At no time may minors of this age be employed in a factory. When school is not in session, minors fourteen or fifteen years of age who have obtained an employment certificate may be employed in most occupations. An employment certificate is issued by the chancellor in the city school district of the city of New York and by the superintendent of schools in other school districts. Application should be made to the principal of the school the minor attends or last attended. Notwithstanding the above, minors of this age may engage in the following occupations without an employment certificate: caddying, baby sitting, casual yard and household work. YOU WILL NEED AN EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY "the chancellor in the city school district of the city of New York and by the superintendent of schools in other school districts." New York State Labor Department: http://www.labor.state.ny.us/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/minors.shtm Age of employment for minors: http://www.labor.state.ny.us/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/schlattd.shtm "Minors 14 and 15 years old may work after school hours and during vacations, but not in factory work. They may do delivery and clerical work in any enclosed office of a factory, and in dry cleaning, tailor, shoe repair, and similar service stores." "Minors 12 years of age or older may work outside school hours for their parents or guardians either on the home farm or at other outdoor work not connected with a business." Hours of work for minors: http://www.labor.state.ny.us/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/hrswork.shtm Employment Certificates: http://www.labor.state.ny.us/workerprotection/laborstandards/workprot/certperm.shtm

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