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Stop Saying "When I Was Your Age"

On The Job

One of the most vulnerable groups of employees are the experienced workers with their higher salaries and richer benefits. Take a class or enlist the help of a younger worker in exchange for some mentoring from you in other areas. Tags: older workers recession proof jobs layoffs of older workers keeping skills current avoiding layoffs This is a frightening time for everyone in the workplace, when fears abound about what latest economic downturn will result in layoffs.

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Moms Are Not Getting Paid What They're Worth.and Neither Are A Lot of Other People

On The Job

In it's annual Mom survey, it has been determined that "the time mothers spend performing the 10 most popular 'Mom Job' functions would equate to an annual salary of $116, 805 for a Stay-at-Home Mom and $68,405 for a Working Mom." Get a mentor. Quit putting it off and think of someone you can ask to coach you and help you grow enough in confidence and skills so that the boss would be a complete fool not to give you a raise. Are you getting paid what you're worth?

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On the Outside Looking In

Laughing all the Way to Work

Being a member is not only a great place for networking, but for mentoring and learning of jobs in your area. You will be challenged to learn new software skills or hone the ones you have. A more experienced assistant is also looking for a higher salary, where a younger assistant is usually willing to work for less money because they don’t have the experience. In 1985 I left the office to be a stay-at-home mom.

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