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How do I go about negotiating my salary and benefits?  
Whether you are trying to negotiate with a perspective employer or your current employer about your salary or benefits, make sure you have a good understanding of what people with your qualifications and experience are getting for this type of position. This is not an easy thing to pinpoint, but there are many resources available such as books and employment counselors and job comparison websites. Once you know this, approach your employer with confidence and be prepared to justify your requests for a higher salary or increased benefits by outlining your previous accomplishments (include quantifiable data such as dollars you saved the company or time saved by practices you established) and what it is your employer can expect of you to warrant better entitlements.
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