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When I was a recruiter, I was asked a lot of smart questions that made me say, "Wow, this candidate is on top of her game." But I also heard a lot that made me wonder who the person had taken interview advice from — or if that person had ever sought out help at all.

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Hi Lifehacker, I was asked for salary expectations in an interview for a contract IT job. I left it to the employer to decide what they could offer me, but they persuaded me to provide a range. I didn't have the exact salary figure from my last job, so I quoted bit lower range. Now I've got the job offer and have accepted the job. I've been sent the paperwork to complete. I have just come across salary figures from my last job. There's quite considerable difference in my salary. I am being offered about $6 K less. Is it recommended to amend my salary expectations? If so how should I approach them?

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By this point, you know not to apply to any jobs with an email address that screams, "I created this in the eighth grade!" So, you're no longer Lovescats11@aol.com as far as your prospective employers are concerned. You also know not to show up late for the interview. And you have a firm grasp on the importance of making eye contact and delivering a solid handshake.

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Often, the best way to approach self-improvement is to look to those you admire and seek out advice. That's why we regularly feature interesting and accomplished people to share their favourite work habits, tools, and tips for staying productive. Here are our most popular interviews of 2016.