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I wanna change my job. But since i am frigging underpaid ( almost 2 years exp in web dev) i need an increment before leaving the current mediocre company inorder to increase my Expected CTC for the new company. I need a plan for approaching the CEO.

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    I am on a similar train bruh
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    @funvengeance To be honest i feel like i am trapped there. Self esteem seem to be like exact opposite of 1990's view of real estate market if you know what i mean.
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    What's CTC? Why does what you earn now influence your future salary with another company? Research what the salary ranges are for your location and industry, set your expectations based on that, and use that in an interview. I suspect though that in some countries this is easier said than done.
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    @nibor You only get 25-30% more salary when you change jobs.
    CTC - Cost to Company.
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    So they ask you what you earned previously? Or do they phone your prev company? I mean pay is kinda private topic here in germany... ur not supposed to talk about it with collegues and shit. So noone can say that guy with less exp earns more.
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    I'm guessing the op is in India. Across the EU I don't think there is anyway to legally get your previous salary thanks to gdpr, and in New York I think it is illegal to even ask a candidate what their previous salary was.
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    @noyb ofcourse they do . thats the first thing they ask. They dont phone. But they need salary slip or certificate for proof as well.. So you can respond with whatever comes to your mind when they talk about salary?
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    @nibor Yup. goddamn right. from india .. Illegal? wow. I didnt know that. So how do they decide your salary? I mean just from your resume/cv and performance during the interview
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    @sandeepbalan Exactly.
    If the game is crooked like that in india best advice is to level up gain exp and become the best u can be at your job and the hit the shit abroad.
    Or you change every 2 years and gain more money step by step
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    I had exact same thought month ago, I also have 2year of exp fortunately my first rise was 75% of salary and after year now I got 45% rise(it was on performance basis). The only good thing is the dependency as I handle critical parts of projects, projects which are most important they just can't kick me or even let me leave even if I get job with higher salary they will instantly give me more and will tell me to stay.
    (Also I don't earn too much as I'm in India too).

    I hope you will get good increment and will get a job with your desired salary. Cheers!
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    @sandeepbalan they work out what value you bring to the company, look at what the market rates are for your level of experience and make you an offer. At this point you can try to negotiate for a better package
  • 0
    Don’t be mad UPS is hiring
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