CareerBuilder: Most employers low-ball entry-level candidates

Riia O’Donnell | October 26, 2017

CareerBuilder: Most employers low-ball entry-level candidates
A new report from CareerBuilder says that most employers (53%) offer job candidates less money than they are willing to pay, expecting them to negotiate, according to an email sent to HR Dive. Of those employers, more than a quarter said they low-ball candidates by $5,000 or more.

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