Why you need to take a closer look at your cost to employers

11/9/2011 | Brazen Careerist

Keep in mind how expensive you are to your employer, not in just terms of a salary, but also in the cost of benefits, payroll taxes, unemployment insurance and workers compensation costs, Tim Murphy writes. "[I]f you go into an interview assuming your cost to the company would only be your salary, say $60,000 per year, but the cost is actually $100,000 or more, you’ll likely underestimate the value you need to add," he writes.

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