Haggling over your salary may be a thing of the past

Haggling Over Salary May Be a Thing of the Past
Haggling Over Salary May Be a Thing of the Past



The social-news site Reddit.com has a tip for new hires expecting to negotiate their pay: Don't even try it. The San Francisco-based Web company, which has about 169 million unique monthly visitors and is known as the launchpad for viral Web phenomena, has a take-it-or-leave-it policy for starting salaries. Other firms, including e-commerce startup Jet.com Inc. and test-preparation firm MagooshInc., have similar rules in place.

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