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4 women share how they reached six-figure salaries by turning their passions into careers

Finding work that you're passionate about is the first step to attracting a six-figure salary. Tara Moore/Getty Images The average American salary is between $21,944 to $50,232, from your first job to the time you retire. Earning a six-figure salary is the goal for many people, especially women in business. These four working women say reaching a high salary requires reflection, dedication, and focus. See more stories on Insider's business page. Looking to join the $100,000+ club?...
Tags: Careers, America, Entrepreneurs, Trends, Strategy, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Women In Business, Denver, Nordic, Salary Negotiation, Contributor, Fairley, Tara Moore Getty, Lindsay Tigar, Diamond Reserve, Contributor 2019


3 things to consider before renegotiating salaries for remote workers who moved during the pandemic

Some employers may consider compensating employees based on their new remote location, Westend61/Getty Images There's a trend of remote workers living in rural areas but earning salaries meant for large cities. Employers may consider localized compensation to account for remote workers' new location. Be careful to avoid penalizing employees who moved and communicate with them before any change. See more stories on Insider's business page. The pandemic has changed the way we li...
Tags: Opinion, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Salaries, Equal Pay, Nordic, Salary Negotiation, Contributor, Remote workers, United States Census Bureau, Contributor 2019, Stav Vaisman


Executive Salary Negotiation: Special Compensation Package Situations

If you are entering a start-up, turnaround, or special needs situation, your executive compensation package is more highly negotiable. Employment attorney, Robert Adelson, shares why these circumstances can justify a special compensation package and what they should include.  Read on in CEOWorld Magazine’s article, “Negotiating a Custom CEO or C-level Executive Compensation Package.” The post Executive Salary Negotiation: Special Compensation Package Situations first appeared on https://maryeliz...
Tags: Careers, Compensation, Salary Negotiation, Executive Job Search, Executive Job Search Tips, CEOWORLD magazine, Robert Adelson


Are You Getting Paid Enough?

A pre-pandemic survey revealed that nearly half of Americans thought they were underpaid, and that’s been made worse by COVID, as nearly a third of Americans have lost their job or had their wages cut, according to Redfin. Do you feel underpaid? Here’s some tips on how to make your case for a raise. Read more...
Tags: Employment, Income, Salary, Lifehacks, Raises, Redfin, Salary Negotiation, Negotiating Salary, Pay Raise


3 ways to answer 'What are your salary expectations?' in your next job interview

There are several strategies you can use if you're asked about salary expectations in a job interview. 10'000 Hours/Getty If you're asked about your salary expectations in your next job interview, don't panic — these three strategies can help you come up with a reasonable, honest answer. Do research on typical salaries for your position, industry, and geographical location, so you can have a solid understanding of the range you should consider.  Then, you can also flip the question...
Tags: Careers, Trends, Strategy, Job Interview, Salary, Muse, Start, Nordic, Don, Atlanta Georgia, Orlando Florida, Crawford, Fink, Salary Negotiation, Contributor, The Muse


Should College Graduates Accept Job Offers with Lower Salaries during the Coronavirus Pandemic?

In this post, I respond to a concern I’ve heard from many college graduates entering the job market during the coronavirus pandemic. College graduates tell me that they are torn between taking any job offer available and holding out for a salary that meets their expectations. They know the economy is weak, but at the […] The post Should College Graduates Accept Job Offers with Lower Salaries during the Coronavirus Pandemic? appeared first on Lindsey Pollak's Blog.
Tags: Uncategorized, Careers, Job Search, College Graduation, Salary Negotiation, Career Tips, Career Advice for Young Professionals, Career Advice for Millennials, Lindsey Pollak


How To Negotiate Your Salary

Although it can seem daunting, salary negotiation gives you an opportunity to walk into a new role with a salary and benefits package that matches your wants, needs, and value.  If you’re ready to make the move to a new company or want to enhance your existing package, here’s our advice on how to negotiate your salary with confidence.  Understand Your Value. Before you jump into salary negotiations, you’ll want to get clear on what your value is and what you can realistically ask for. ...
Tags: Startups, Time, Compensation, Others, Salary Negotiation


What Salary Should You Ask For? Here’s How to Figure Out What You’re Worth

And how to use that information for a bigger paycheck
Tags: Living, News, Uncategorized, Careers, Salary, Negotiation, Salary Negotiation


How to negotiate your salary (and earn an extra half-million dollars in your lifetime)

Some folks claim that if you do what you love, the money will follow. Others say that a job is just a job — you’re not meant to like it. The truth lies somewhere between these two extremes. There are few things worse than a job you hate; and many people enjoy fun, fulfilling careers while earning a good living. Whatever the case, any job is more bearable if you’re paid well. Plus, a high wage means more money to pursue your goals and dreams. One of the best ways to increase your income is at the...
Tags: Work, Career, Marketing, Income, Salary, Ramit Sethi, Temple University, Harvard Law School, Don, Chapman, George Mason University, Payscale, Salary Negotiation, Career & Education, Jack Chapman, Penelope Trunk


When It Comes to Recruiting, New Laws Miss How We Negotiate Salary

“There’s no way I can justify my salary level, but I’m learning to live with it.” — Drew Carey The hottest topic, it seems, in the recruiting world the last few months has been about compensation and salary issues, and whether or not you should ask someone for their current salary. Why is this? What’s […]
Tags: News, Trends, Compensation, Branding, Carey, Blog Posts, Derek Zeller, Salary Negotiation, Salary Legislation


Breaking Bad: Making Sense of Salary Negotiation

Salary negotiation isn't one of the hot buzzwords, even though we talk about it every day. In this podcast, we cover strategies, advice and tools to help.
Tags: News, Podcasts, Branding, Glassdoor, Amy Miller, Blog Posts, Katrina Kibben, Recruiting Tools Podcast, Salary Negotiation


How to Get the Most Out of Performance Appraisals

Is your performance appraisal coming up? See our video animation for some quick tips on how to get the most out of it. Make sure you aren't missing out on any opportunities to progress and get ahead in your career! If you're interested in getting a pay rise take a look at step-by-step guide: Up Your Game, Up Your Pay!, for all the tips and advice you need to increase your salary and negotiate the pay rise you deserve now!
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Little Secrets: Salary and the Impact of Things Left Unsaid

When Massachusetts enacted their law prohibiting employers from asking for or requiring the salary history of a candidate, there was a great deal of consternation. Even though the law does not take effect until July 2018, the immediate buzz is loud. Many recruiters are panicking in fear that this legislation may well catch on and become the proverbial law of […]
Tags: News, Massachusetts, Trends, Branding, Blog Posts, Salary Negotiation, Pete Radloff


5 Things to Avoid When Negotiating for a Pay Rise

Whether negotiating a pay rise, a flexible working arrangement, the terms of a new job or a potential contract with a customer or supplier, you need to be smart about how you negotiate. This not only includes doing the right things but also avoiding actions and strategies that will weaken your case. This can be a tricky topic for the best of us and that's why we've highlighted some top tips here.  These tips have been taken from our Up Your Game, Up Your Pay  and  Get Paid Right, From the St...
Tags: Jobs, Salary Negotiation


Here’s The Best Way To Negotiate The Salary & Benefits You Deserve

As a hiring manager, I often see a substantial difference between men and women when negotiating salary and benefits. Sadly, women often sell themselves short in this area, especially young women. In a survey, Linda Babcock of Carnegie Mellon University found that 57 percent of men negotiate salary and benefit job offers, and only 7 percent  […] The post Here’s The Best Way To Negotiate The Salary & Benefits You Deserve appeared first on xoNECOLE.
Tags: Work, Business, Job, Jazz, Salary, Carnegie Mellon University, Workin’ Girl, Salary Negotiation, Linda Babcock


Career Coach Jacqueline Twillie Shares The Best Way To Negotiate The Salary & Benefits You Deserve

As a hiring manager, I often see a substantial difference between men and women when negotiating salary and benefits. Sadly, women often sell themselves short in this area, especially young women. In a survey, Linda Babcock of Carnegie Mellon University found that 57 percent of men negotiate salary and benefit job offers, and only 7 percent  […] The post Career Coach Jacqueline Twillie Shares The Best Way To Negotiate The Salary & Benefits You Deserve appeared first on xoNECOLE.
Tags: Work, Business, Job, Jazz, Salary, Carnegie Mellon University, Workin’ Girl, Salary Negotiation, Linda Babcock


8 Top Tips for Getting a Pay Rise

For many of us, asking for a pay rise (see  Up Your Game, Up Your Pay) can be really challenging and it can feel awkward to discuss and bring up or often we shy away from the topic. That doesn't have to be the case, however, and it's important to prepare for your negotiation, for the discussion and to know how you want to approach the subject. Here are some tips to help you get started and to build your confidence around salary negotiation: 
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Career Coach Jacqueline Twillie Shares The Best Way To Negotiate Your Salary & Benefits

As a hiring manager, I often see a substantial difference between men and women when negotiating salary and benefits. Sadly, women often sell The post Career Coach Jacqueline Twillie Shares The Best Way To Negotiate Your Salary & Benefits appeared first on xoNECOLE.
Tags: Work, Business, Job, Jazz, Salary, Workin’ Girl, Salary Negotiation


Confessions of A First Time Recruiting Conference Speaker.

I did it. I survived my first major speaking gig (surely my “graduation” speech from vocational school doesn’t count) and apparently, I did more than OK. You see, the good folks at RecruitDC were kind enough to invite me to speak at a breakout session during their spring conference. So, I decided to discuss a topic near and dear to my cold, black recruiting heart – salary negotiations. Plenty of Fish. Yawn inducing, I know. Some would rather listen to Vogon poetry than hear some corporate schm...
Tags: Motivation, Resources, News, Mississippi, Microsoft, Washington, Compensation, Tips, Dc, Public Speaking, Branding, Amy, Amy Miller, Blog Posts, Derek Zeller, Recruiting Advice


CREAM: The Truth About Compensation Negotiation.

When I was recruiting, the biggest lie I ever told candidates was that salary is dependent upon experience. If you ever see anything to the ‘DOE’ throwaway in a job ad, or if you ever hear a hiring manager or recruiter answer your comp question with either a lateral to HR (“we do a personalized comp study”) or some ambiguous reply about a “range,” they’re lying. The truth is that most job descriptions – those boring, bullet proof lists – are, in fact, nothing more than compensation documents wi...
Tags: Resources, News, Recruiting, HR, Compensation, Tips, Career Advice, DOE, Branding, Blog Posts, Salary Negotiation, Matt Charney, Work/Life Balance


Salary Negotiation Tips for the New Grad

For 2016 grads who are starting to see job offers roll in, congratulations! You have your first chance to learn an important lesson that even my four-year-old daughter has mastered: “Don’t ask, don’t get.” A Salary.com survey found that a … [Read more...] The post Salary Negotiation Tips for the New Grad appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.
Tags: Job Search, Salary Negotiation, Job Hunt Tips, Negotiate Your Salary, New Grads


How to Negotiate Salary: 5 Secrets Backed by Research

In the history of the world, nobody has ever said, “I make too much money.” And for most of us how much we make is determined during a salary negotiation. I wanted to get the inside dirt on how we can earn more. So I decided to call an expert… Adam Galinsky is the chair…
Tags: Psychology, Business, Uncategorized, Salary, Salary Negotiation, Adam Galinsky


Cash Is King: How (And When) To Have That Compensation Conversation.

The three most stressful things you can do in life, in order, are getting married, buying a house and finding a new job. The last thing in the world any of us want in any of these situations is buyer’s remorse. The caveat for all these things, of course, is caveat emptor. Of course, finding for a job starts out with the assumption of frustration and futility, and only occasionally turns out OK, quite the opposite of both marriage and mortgages. In fact, if the process of purchasing real estate o...
Tags: Facebook, News, Trends, Job Market, Intel, Compensation, Tips, Dc, Career Advice, Huffington Post, Thought Leadership, Derek, Don, Ryan, Blog Posts, Derek Zeller


Geek Reading February 24, 2016 #1049

Today we focus on some business. First, Mike McCue talks about the most powerful lesson he ever learned in business. The “first principles” concept is not something new, but it forces you to think about facts. William R Fry gives us an excellent guide to the Philly tech scene. This is important because I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia and I don’t think the industry gives it much thought. It is much stronger than people think. At The Angel VC we get some interesting information on SaaS comp...
Tags: Google, Philadelphia, William, Containers, Devops, Mike Mccue, Rust, Philly, Microservices, JVM, Salary Negotiation, Geek Reading, Distributed Systems, Kotlin, Spring Boot, John D Cook


Jackpot: How Recruiters And Candidates Win At Salary Negotiation

I have no doubt that by now you’ve heard about the family from Tennessee who won the Powerball and took home over $500 million. They’ve been on a bit of a whirlwind tour, starting the day they won the world’s largest jackpot. While we were all dreaming of what we’d do with our share of the winnings and mourning our loss, this family hit the big time. Their first call?  The Today show’s main line. Seriously. In front of millions of viewers, they proudly held up their winning ticket as they a...
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