When searching for a job, you must know what you are worth. Often, employers will ask your salary requirements, and it is important that you give them a fair range. When researching your worth, you must consider your career-related experience and the location of the position. If you have no career-related experience, you are considered an entry-level hire.
When researching salary information, you may request to talk to a career advisor, faculty members in your department who work in the field or one of the following recommended online resources: