In this episode, Caroline answers an audience question about offer negotiation, specifically around job title. Hannah asks:
I've been a newspaper editor about six years. The job I'm pursuing is in magazine editing. The position has previously been termed copyeditor, but it hasn't been formally posted and the hiring manager is still considering what all it will entail. I'm currently a managing editor and feel that having a copyeditor title would seem like a step down, though it would be in a different segment of the industry. Should I negotiate a more lateral title if I'm chosen for the job?
Our show is hosted by Caroline Ceniza-Levine, former recruiter in financial services, management consulting, media, technology, pharmaceuticals, and non-profit, and co-founder of SixFigureStart. SixFigureStart offers career coaching by former Fortune 500 recruiters.
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