The Question: What offer terms can I negotiate for an in-house position? What are the dos and don’t for getting what I want? How do I figure out where there is room to negotiate? 

The road to the offer stage in an interview process is usually a long and winding one with a few bumps along the way. Once this destination is reached, a candidate may anticipate a deep breath, but for many, the thought of negotiating the offer creates added stress. What should I ask for? How do I know what areas have room for more? How do I ask for more without appearing greedy? How do I behave appropriately so my offer does not get pulled? These are the most common questions candidates ask themselves when contemplating a negotiation. Regarding your specific questions:

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