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Applications Programmer Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at University of Illinois at Chicago (Chicago, IL) in February 2012.
I would like share one of my worst experience which happened in the hiring process at UOC.
I got three interview, one by the research assistants, then the head of dept and then the post doc in 3 weeks. I was offered the job of Programmer finally and they offered me salary that was very low compared to my expectation & market rate and so I asked them if they could increase it as I gave a average figure. To my surprise, the next I got email saying from hr that the funds which were to support the position are not enough right now as the the Prof didn't get enough funds than he expected.
I think this is very ridiculous reasoning and unprofessional on their side as I got he job offer letter. It was good that I didn't tell this to my current employer as I about to tell him. I felt nice that for god sake I am working with this bunch of craps.
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As I said, its not bad to negotiate your salary. But in this particular case, they were unprofessional to judge me as they thought I wouldn't be committed as demand little bit more salary.