Tread carefully when mentioning salary expectations

07/23/2010 | Ask A Manager blog

If you must include a salary expectation in your cover letter, do your homework first so that you use the market range for your area, Alison Green writes. While it's generally best to avoid mentioning salary in a cover letter, some companies may toss out your application if you don't include it, she warns.

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