If an offer isn't brought up, it’s always acceptable to ask.


Counteroffers are typically always welcome, especially if the number presented was well below your expectations and what you had researched for the role.


Make sure you go over any questions about the overall role responsibilities, and delicately bring up the salary offered.


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