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Salary Negotiation – Your Bottom Line

Career Alley

While there are many factors when considering a job offer, one of the key drivers is how much compensation you are offered. While your job title, responsibilities and career track are also key considerations, you still need money to pay the bills and put food on the table. After you find your job, the one that really motivates you, the money comes next. While we are only worth what the market will pay, there are ways to maximize your compensation. jobs by.

Two (or More) Job Opportunities? ? 18 Elements of Comparison ? [Part 2 of 2]

Sklover Working Wisdom

Last week we presented Elements of Job Opportunity Comparison 1 through 9 ; This week we present Elements of Job Opportunity Comparison 10 through 18. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Danielle, a senior marketing executive, was quite unhappy in her job. Received a Job Offer?

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Two (or More) Job Opportunities? – 18 Elements of Comparison – [Part 1 of 2]

Sklover Working Wisdom

For this reason we are presenting it in two installments, this first including Elements of Comparison 1 through 9, the second including Elements of Comparison 10 through 18. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Danielle, a senior marketing executive, was quite unhappy in her job. In the end, she made the move to the new job, and fortunately has never looked back. It is common that comparison of two jobs, or two job offers, can be a difficult thing to do.

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Salary Negotiation – Do You Know How Much You’re Worth?

Career Alley

Most of us get our raises, bonuses and promotions from time to time, but the best opportunity to increase your compensation is when you are moving from one company to the next. But when that big day comes, and you get that job offer, how do you know they are offering you what you are worth? The 2015 Salary Guide for Accounting and Finance – This guide will help answer most of your salary and compensation questions if you are in the accounting and finance fields.

The power of value in salary negotiations

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The husband had a job offer. What they thought would be a lucrative salary, turned out to be a much-lower-than-anticipated or originally-discussed offer. Right then, I didn’t have time to do justice to salary negation coaching, but couldn’t leave them hanging either. ” Throughout her email, she indicated “the company could afford more than they were offering” and “job duties far outweighed compensation.”

Surprising Truths About The Gender Pay Gap

Career Alley

The pay males make in comparison to what females is determined by a lot of different factors, such as experience, education, and even location. This infographic, compiled by MedReps.com , a job board which gives members access to the most sought after medical sales jobs and pharmaceutical sales jobs on the Web, shows the gender pay gap across the board. Women hold only 27 percent of all computer science jobs. Good luck in your search. jobs by.

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6 Profitable Jobs in the Public Sector

Career Alley

While public jobs normally offer certain advantages such as job security, benefits, and opportunities for pay hikes and career advancement, certain public service jobs are quite lucrative in terms salary. They offer better wages in comparison to similar private sector jobs at the same skill level/grade. Their job entails making passengers feel at ease, collecting fares, detailing the use of safety equipment, meal services, and travel advice.

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Why Hating Your Job is a Waste of Time

Ms. Career Girl

Today’s post will resonate with many twentysomethings who don’t like their jobs and still have the opportunity to do something about it. Although changing jobs or industries may sometimes take a LONG time, it is entirely possible. Do you hate YOUR job? Some people will have you believe that hating your job is something you will have to come to accept as a part of growing up and entering the workforce. career job search

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?? How To Evaluate New Job Offers

JobMob

We make the decision that it's to time leave our current employer and look for another job. Once you've started your job search, you've cut the emotional ties and now it's just a matter of time until you get the right job offer and then you are on your way. But what happens if you were not actively looking for a job? Suppose you were as happy as a pig in * and then a request for a job interview comes knocking on your door? 1) Compensation.

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my new coworker is my childhood bully, getting people stop with replying-all, and more

Ask a Manager

I recently started a new job. I recently encountered this situation during a job search. This is a normal cost of doing business for them, and it’s not reasonable to ask you to pay for a plane ticket that was purchased for you solely for the purpose of attending a job interview. And sure, canceling with one-day’s notice isn’t ideal, but I can promise you that they’d rather have you do that than waste their time with an interview when you know you won’t take the job.

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Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work Posted to: Job Hunt December 16th, 2009 Del.icio.us Salary negotiations are over. You will notice that salary is missing from the list. Many people assume this is because Gen Y doesn’t care about salary. Gen Y doesn’t consider salary to be a huge factor in choosing a place to work because Gen Y knows that salary data is public.

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my boss keeps drawing her blood in front of me — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager my boss keeps drawing her blood in front of me January 12, 2011 A reader writes: I started a new job yesterday, and so far it seems to be going well. It’s our job to manage them. And if i lose my job over it, could i sue?

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coworkers can't see past my Russian accent — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

Especially if you like your job. Reply JAM January 14, 2011 at 4:40 pm I’m an American working in the Netherlands — only American in my office — and I heard this kind of stuff pretty much daily for the first year or so at my job.

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