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Jan232015

Event Recap: Interviews and Negotiating a Job Offer

On Friday, January 16, Professors Karen Myers (Communication) and David Seibold (Technology Management Program) led a workshop on job interviews and negotiating a job offer. The workshop discussed the basics of negotiation with an emphasis on the importance of negotiating job offers in academia and elsewhere. Below, you will find links to resources distributed at the workshop, including PowerPoint slides and handouts.

"Negotiating a Job Offer" PowerPoint Slides

"Negotiating Offers for Faculty Positions" Handout

"What You Can Neogitate in Academic Positions" Handout

"What You Can Negotiate in Industry Positions" Handout

"Job Offer Negotiation Role Plays" Handout

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