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    Provided you have some USPs to bargain with. How flexible are professional firms when it comes to salary and other benefits? Any real life encounters would be appreciated!
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    As a trainee you’re only as good as your performance so until you’re actually working there and can use your track record as evidence then you’ll probably come off worse if you try to negotiate at this stage.
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    Provided you have some USPs to bargain with. How flexible are professional firms when it comes to salary and other benefits? Any real life encounters would be appreciated!
    Depends on job, firm and bargaining power. You could end up making yourself look like an idiot. Youe usp may have got you the job and no more.
 
 
 
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