Don’t sell yourself short

Starting salaries are lower than what fresh graduates are expecting.

THERE is a running narrative that graduates and those about to enter the job market are out to demand big bucks. Failing which, they will whine and moan about baby boomer managers who only offer to pay them a pittance.

In fact, there is a big discrepancy between the expected salary of a fresh graduate and the actual starting salary offered.

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