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Everything is negotiable. Other installments of the
Salary.com negotiation clinic have dealt with base salary,
bonuses, stock options, and other benefits. You can also
negotiate what happens in the transition from one job to
another. You can even negotiate when you're going to
Then again, you may just have to move to get that dream job. What's negotiable in a relocation package? If you're at a certain level, basically all the expenses incurred in the sale and purchase of a new house might be negotiable: broker's fee; legal fees; new driver's license; phone, electric, and cable hookups; cleaning of the new residence; a service to help your spouse find a job; car allowances; and so on. Be sure you consider differences in cost of living and that your negotiated package takes that into account.
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- Linda Jenkins, Salary.com contributor
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