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How can I get salary 100% hike...?
Here I have one question When company hire new person they are talking about previous CTC not for his/her talent. This will make rich person to rich.. poor to poor..
In my case I am working for a good company.. with 5.25L CTC. and I have 4Year experience in Web development. Unfortunately my house in trouble so i borrow 12L loan from one person. I paid 80% of my salary to interest for that loan amount. So I decided to change company.. If I ask 100% hike nobody accept. But In my same experience and less knowledge person having 9.5L CTC in my same company.. New companies won't look into my talent but they only talk about current CTC.
Any one can suggest me to get 100% hike.. is it possible in straight forward????
Also I own website there I used all of my knowledge...

From India, Bangalore
Yes. It is possible to get 100% hike. If you are talented enough and are able to prove your worth during interview process.
Never start with a negative attitude towards what you can be offered and what you should be willing to accept.
Negotiate properly but do not undervalue you, try to answer the questions related to your current CTC and expected CTC by showing how much value you can bring in.
If they are not willing you to give the hike as monthly salary then you can ask for one time payments like signing bonus or year end bonuses to get the expected hike.
But most important is how you perform in the interview and remember one thing never make the first offer. Try to get the first offer from them and negotiate from there.
Getting good salaries are all about your negotiation skills.

From India, Hyderabad
Thanks sammy05, After that I got 110% hike now i am getting that more than 1.3 year. The matter is negotiation skills. That time i was attend more than 30 interviews to get it done. I was read your reply long back but that time i don't have time to reply to your reply.
From India, Bangalore
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