- Is it rude to ask how much someone’s house is worth?
- Is it rude to ask how someone died?
- Is it OK to ask a man his age?
- How do you politely ask for salary?
- Is it wrong to ask someone how much they make?
- Why don’t people say how much they make?
- Is it OK to ask a woman her age?
- How do you respond to someone’s age?
- Is it rude to ask about pay?
- Why is it rude to ask someone their age?
- How much money should I ask for in an interview?
Is it rude to ask how much someone’s house is worth?
Yes, it’s rude.
In the two examples you cited, it’s fairly straightforward to find the price of the item in question.
So what you are really asking is whether this person is a chump, and if they negotiated a good price or not..
Is it rude to ask how someone died?
It’s rude to ask how someone died because even if they died peacefully in their sleep after a long and happy life, the person you are asking may not want to talk about the end of the deceased’s life. … A good rule of thumb is to just say something like, “oh, I’m so sorry” and if they want to talk about it, let them.
Is it OK to ask a man his age?
In short, you should know that asking someone’s age is rude, so you should not ask. If someone does ask you, know that it is completely proper for you to say something like, “That is not information that I wish to share.
How do you politely ask for salary?
If you’re asking about salary, use the word “compensation” rather than “money and ask for a range rather than a specific number. Likewise, if you want to find out about work-life balance, it may be more useful to approach the topic in terms of “office culture.”
Is it wrong to ask someone how much they make?
In the US, it’s generally considered inappropriate / rude / tacky / a bad idea to discuss your income. This is just one of those things that’s drilled into you, like chewing with your mouth closed. Even if someone doesn’t judge you for your salary, they’ll judge you because you’re talking about it.
Why don’t people say how much they make?
People are reluctant to disclose their income just because its one more criteria for others to judge you. In private jobs, people with same education and same years of experience make different earnings. This is because of different skill levels, hard work and other factors. But many people fail to accept this reality.
Is it OK to ask a woman her age?
Age does matter and marks significant social and legal milestones, so it’s normal for both women and men to be asked this question considering those circumstances. But, outside of those important circumstances, there is no other real basis for this question than judging the person and that’s what makes it intrusive.
How do you respond to someone’s age?
A few suggestions:Say politely but as if confused: “Why do you want to know that?”Laugh and say: “Old enough to know better than to answer that question.”Say “How old do you think I am? … Say what we did as kids: “Same age as last year but a year older.”Pretend you didn’t hear.Say nothing and stare at them blankly.
Is it rude to ask about pay?
1. “How much does the job pay?” It’s not that you can never, ever ask how much a job pays, it’s just that it’s considered a no-no in the initial interview phase. It’s sort of like when you have a first date and you ask how much the other person earns as soon as she or he says hello.
Why is it rude to ask someone their age?
It’s really about context. Unless you’re helping them fill out a medical form, it’s probably not necessary, thus the question is likely to be invasive. It is always rude to ask an adult their age; since you cannot be certain if someone IS an adult, the safest course of action is to refrain from asking.
How much money should I ask for in an interview?
Don’t say exactly what you’d like to make, but offer a salary range. Without offering your current salary, provide a salary range of what you’d like to make. Use a wide range, for example, between $50,000 and $70,000.