How to Maximize Your Career Earnings!
You are probably looking for a new career in part because you feel underpaid, right?
That feeling of not being paid for what we feel we are worth and how hard we work sucks!
Companies and/or managers have a tendency to nickel and dime us on yearly raises, which is frustrating.
However, there is someone else to blame for you being underpaid...
Y.O.U.! Yes, you.
Think about it for a moment. When you accepted your current career did you negotiate your salary or did you simply accept what they were offering you?
No need to explain yourself as we all have been in a place where we are just happy to be offered the job and do not want to risk the offer being pulled because we ask for more money.
However, if you do not maximize your starting salary when you start your new career you will find it difficult to get a significant increase once you're an employee whether that is 1 or 10 years later.
Instead, if you do some basic research, talk to people in the industry and utilize your network you can confidently ask for what you are worth and NOT leave tens of thousands of dollars on the table!
You owe it to yourself to ask for what you want and feel you deserve!
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Talking about money with employers can be scary, but do not let your fears hurt your earning potential!
We all have probably been told or heard that 'You should never talk about money' as such a discussion can lead to arguments, jealousy and hurt feelings.
However, the one time you should always discuss money is when being hired!
If you choose to accept the initial offer from the company you are hurting yourself in the following ways:
So you're probably saying, 'That's all well and good Charles, but I don't want to jeopardize the offer so I would rather just take what I can get!'
Trust me, I have been where you are where you are just happy as hell to have been offered a job!
But you can still be happy as hell while maximizing your earning potential.
Here is a strategic approach to negotiating and maximizing the offer:
By taking a strategic approach you ensure a couple of things:
Stop letting employers dictate to you and control your earning potential.
Allowing employers to dictate your earning potential not only hurts your immediate earning potential, but also your future earning potential and even more importantly impacts your disposable income to have fun outside of work and thrive in this lifetime!
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