Dear Matt: I’ve applied for jobs where I had more experience than required, but didn’t get an interview. I also interviewed for a job requiring 5-8 years of experience and I have 12. When it came time to negotiate salary they wouldn’t budge and would not increase it to meet my experience level. Why?
Rebecca Keller is Senior Business Manager at Martin Williams Advertising in Minneapolis.
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