DUF Posted September 23, 2016 Share Posted September 23, 2016 I'm finishing my PhD by the end of the year in biochemistry and I'm starting to look at job opportunities. There's a job at a biotech company that I'm going to apply for, and in the description for the job they ask you to put your salary expectations. I can satisfy most of the requirements. They do say that they're looking for someone with 5+ years experience developing assays/products. Because of the 5+ year requirement, I'm thinking anyone who applies with that amount of experience and a PhD will be looking for somewhere around $80-100k. So perhaps my strategy would be to low ball myself (Maybe $50-60k range) to get some experience and then move up eventually or move on when I actually have valued experience. Any advice is appreciated. This is in Canada BTW if that matters. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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