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Which is recommended when negotiating for salary and benefits
A- Counter a low offer from the company by stating that you would find it difficult to accept the job under the terms offered.
B- Ask for what you need to make a comfortable living, regardless of what others in similar positions are earning.
C-Focus exclusively on the initial salary rather than on benefits or future opportunities.
D- Name a specific salary and be firm in the fact that you could accept no less.

THE ANSWER IS A

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    I agree.

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    I feel like it would be - C. focus exlusively on the initial salary rather than on benefits or furture opportunities. D. name a specific salary and be firm in the fact that you could accept no less.

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