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Fishes, how far we can go with counter offers ? NP 2 months left. Holding 24 fixed. YOE 8 tech stack DevOps. TIA

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Like how much % we should seek or ask on counter generally ? So that they can short list it for further process ? Rather that % should not sound like too much.


10-20% at the minimum


27 easily. I say go for 30. The worst that happens is that it doesn't happen.


Yup, always worth giving it a shot!


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