One of the problems is that I'm unable to find out which company will be the one hiring me. The recruiting company places IT people across "several of the biggest companies in the Pittsburgh area." So I probably won't find out about which company until I do the interview. I can ask some basic questions about them there though.
As far as salary goes, I shouldn't be too picky I presume? It being my first job in the field. I don't want to make it seem like I'm picking the job purely for the pay. How should I play that off? Would saying "I don't care about the pay" work as a hindrance to me?
The woman who contacted me, her title is "Talent Qualification Specialist - Pittsburgh"
Thanks! I'm definitely enthusiastic. I plan on mentioning that this isn't just a career to me, it truly is my passion and I will be dedicated.
Long time no see Molona! What should I say about my salary expectations? Should I look at entry level job salary comparisons and kinda give them a figure in that range? Or should I shoot semi high and haggle it down?
In two of the websites, I was sub-contracted by a member here to take a PDF and code the home page. From there, the person was able to employ that on the remaining pages since the structure made it easy to do that. Hopefully I can get my new website up and running to have my portfolio online before the interview - so I have something to show
So I have to shave :(? Shouldn't be a problem . I'm getting back into the game, and was wondering if doing more CSS3/HTML5 studying would be more appropriate than making sure I'm technically sound in all other areas.
I'll remember that about Senior Recruiter. I do not believe my recruiter is one.