You should answer this question using “according to the position and qualification, I expect to get this amount”. This means you should be aware of the average salary to that job description and then compare it with the work load in that firm.
On a job application? Well, if it's a "McJob" like fast food or a grocery store, just put down "minimum wage". If you're applying somewhere that you should be getting paid more, then put down a rough but slightly lower estimate than what you think they pay most people in the position you're applying for.
"I think I deserve a high one. So, that s the salary I'm looking for" Thats how you can answer if you are amazing at your job, If not try this: I ll agree at a salary that keeps increasing as the times goes by.
Do your research and find out what the salary norm is for that position in your area and go from there. If you have lots of experience you want to raise that number a bit. If you are new to that position you go under a bit.
I would like to make a salary comparable to my experience... Let your prospective employer know your salary is negotiable... Then inquire as to what they are offering to start and go from there... Best wishes
Tell the interview You would love to get paid more than him or her and anyone in the department with double benefits, extra vacation, and extra Bonus. Additionally get raised on regular basis and with high Perks.
Make a joke like "Hundred grand a year... I mean eventually." then say roughly the amount that the kind of position usually gets plus ten percent. So when they tell you your salary it will be like "It is less than I expected but I'm going to take it because that is a good career opportunity." But don't actually say that:) Keep that in mind, well I don't your position right now but later if you get higher on the company ladder, the best answer for that question is "It doesn't really matter right now, I'm not here to stay on that position for long."
One may reply that he/she is open to salary proposals. If experienced in the field being offered, one may ask to be compensated based on experience as this should benefit the employer. One could inquire about salary ranges for the position. Cost of living raises, merit increases, promotions, bonuses etc are all areas to explore. Good luck!