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Don't Forget That Even in This Job Market, You Can Still Negotiate a Job Offer

On The Job

It's time to negotiate. Now, some people may think that there's no room for negotiation in this job market. But if you get an offer you believe could use some improvement, it's time to move onto negotiation. if you know from your research that the salary is not competitive.

Is it ever OK to tell someone how much you make?

Laughing all the Way to Work

Someone asked me the other day what my salary was. Years ago we were taught never to reveal our salary. I was so excited about getting a steady salary that I wrote the amount in my calendar on each payday. When my boss noticed what I had written, he took me aside and told me that I should never write my salary down for others to see. I think it is to the employer's benefit that we don't discuss salary. revealing your salary How much do you make?

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Uh-Oh: You May Not Be Worth What You Thought

On The Job

According to a JobFox survey, some median annual salary ranges dropped $10,000, compared to a month ago. This helps set the groundwork for a salary bump before your annual review. Negotiate for other compensation/benefits. If an employer isn't offering you the salary you desire, ask for training opportunities -- either in another department, or to attend an industry event where you'll not only learn something, but make valuable professional contacts.

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How to Survive When Your Company's Ship Sinks

On The Job

Brainstorm about people they know who might be able to help you submit a resume or get an interview. Be realistic about what you can accept as a salary, and don't get caught up in a job title.

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