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Be polite but direct in asking about the starting salary. Show enthusiasm for the position. If the company has asked whether you're interested in the job, you should thank them for their message, state that the position does sound interesting, and then write "May I ask what the salary range is?"
The national average salary for a Permit Specialist in the United States is $49,053 per year or $24 per hour. Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $36,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $66,000.
Several cities in the United States such as Massachusetts, California, Oregon and Delaware), have made it illegal for employers to ask candidates a salary interview question (but can a prospective employer ask your salary here in the UK? Preparation is everything when going into the interview process.
An increasing number of state and local governments, such as in Massachusetts, Hawaii, and New York City, have adopted laws that ban employers from requesting salary history information from job applicants.
An increasing number of state and local governments, such as in Massachusetts, Hawaii, and New York City, have adopted laws that ban employers from requesting salary history information from job applicants.
To reduce pay discrimination, Virginia will stop asking for applicants' salary history. In recent years, states have passed such policies in an effort to address the gender and racial pay gaps.
The law will allow the employer to ask about and verify the job applicant's past pay history, but only after the offer of employment stating the compensation terms has been accepted by the applicant. Atlanta, Georgia: The law applies to all city agencies.
Although a potential employer does not need to know your salary history before hiring you, in some cases you may be asked and there could be advantages in entertaining the discussion, especially if you're asked a salary expectations question.
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