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Posted December 13, 2013 by

Young Professionals, How to Approach Asking for a Raise on Your Entry Level Jobs

Young professionals who work hard on their entry level jobs may be inclined to ask for a raise after a certain amount of time.  The key is to have a plan before discussing this matter with your boss.  If you want a better chance to get a raise, the following post has some tips for your consideration.

From our partner site…www.careercast.com http://www.careercast.com/career-news/asking-and-getting-salary-increase-down-economic-times By Dr. Morley D. Glicken Should you ask for a raise during bad economic times? The answer is yes, but only if you deserve a raise and you’ve developed a carefully thought-through strategy. Even in bad times,

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Posted October 25, 2013 by

10 Interviewing Tips to Get Any Job

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, CEO of KAS Sales Recruiting

There are certain interviewing tips that are going to lead to any job seeker getting the position that they want.  Believe it or not, much of it has to do with going back to the basics.  While we should always strive to continue learning, it is important to brush up on certain factors that are easily forgotten.

With that being said, here are 10 tips to help you ace the interview and get the position that you want. (more…)

Posted September 19, 2013 by

9 of the Biggest Job Search Myths

Aaron Gouveia

Aaron Gouveia, Salary.com contributing writer

Fishermen have nothing on the world of jobseekers when it comes to tall tales and nebulous information passed on from person to person over the years.

Everyone has a job-hunting strategy they swear by, along with a list of things people should never do while searching for a job. Some of it is good advice, other parts are well-intentioned but slightly misguided tidbits passed down from friends and relatives, and the rest is just downright wrong. Very, very wrong.

But which well known myths should you avoid? We lay them out in this article, and then replace the myths with some useful advice to take their place. (more…)

Posted September 16, 2013 by

Job Offers Are Not Always Negotiated By Employees

While job seekers may put a lot of effort into their job searches, they may not necessarily think as much about negotiating upon receiving job offers. Did you know that nearly half of workers accept offers without negotiation? This is understandable since many people just want to find employment.  The following post takes a closer look at this issue. (more…)

Posted August 01, 2013 by

10 Things You Should Negotiate Other Than Salary

Sara Sutton Fell

Sara Sutton Fell, Salary.com contributing writer

You’ve gone through several rounds of interviews and have finally landed the job of your dreams. The problem is; your dream job doesn’t come with a dream salary.

But before you pass on the position, there are many non-salary benefits that you can negotiate. Combined, they might make your potential position seem quite palatable. The good news is these benefits come at a low — or no — cost to your company. Here are the top ten benefits that you can and should ask for during the negotiation process. (more…)

Posted June 21, 2013 by

Stand Out From the Crowd – Get an Entry Level Job with These 13 Interview Tips

If you want an entry level job, you need to stand out from other candidates in your interview.  The following post has 13 tips to make a great impression during this all important meeting.

You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview coming. What now? Wing it and hope for the best? Google for interview tips—and end up with the same template as everyone else? No, you’re smarter than that.

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Posted April 29, 2013 by

Salary Talk During the Job Interview – What is the best way to respond?

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Even though you may have gone through a phone screening that involved answering questions about salary, the subject may come again as the interviewer becomes more interested in hiring you. At this point the interviewer wants to know whether they can “afford you.” This is a very tricky part of the interview and could even break your chances of getting the job. Tread lightly and protect your information is the rule. (more…)

Posted April 19, 2013 by

5 Genius Ways to Better Your Career By Leveraging the Job You Already Have

If you like the job you already have and want to create a better career for yourself, the following post has tips that could help.

Unlock your global network & career potential with Thunderbird Online’s top-ranked 8- to 24-weekexecutive certificate programs. If you’re a budding business pro, learn morehere. You never know when the next recession will come or when you’ll be out of a job and scrambling for the next one. So if

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