I got good news for you. The team really likes you and we want to give you an offer. Can you tell me your salary expectation now? Me: Thanks. That's great news to hear. I also had a good time with the team. Since I don't know the position level, role's expectation, and the company budget for the person with my skills and experience, I think it will be better that you provide the offer number first.
If you get an offer, you still need the recruiter telemarketing list to say a number before discussing it. After all, he/she knows the level of the position, the content of the position responsibilities, and the company's budget for the position. Finally, if you are looking for a job in California, congratulations, the bill that took effect on January 1, 2018 stipulates that companies must answer when candidates ask about the salary range of the job application, and the company must inform you of the base of the position Salary and bonus related information.
Of course, I suspect some companies may also say that this information can only be given to you at the final stage. Since the company will not tell you too early, the next time a recruiter asks you a similar question, remember not to be led Only by pulling out the distance can I slowly find the path to describe this book." However, no matter how much the team members look back on the past, there are still some discrepancies after Zhang Zhongyan has sorted them out.