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5 Ways to Figure Out What You're Worth

Doing Your Research & Being Prepared Are Crucial During a Job Interview

3. Factor in Your Flexibility

Let’s say that you are willing to relocate to Beijing for six months for your job. Or you’re amenable to working a graveyard shift that no one else wants.

Being flexible counts in your favor when you’re looking for work. Not only does it make you more attractive to a hiring manager looking to find a candidate for a particularly tricky job opening, but it does allow you to ask for a modest bump in salary because it sets you apart from the other candidates.