If you think that you should be paid more, you can get a little bump in salary, just for asking. But you have to ask right.
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Congratulations, your hard work has finally paid off and you’ve just received a job offer. It's now time to crack out the bubbly and start celebrating... well not quite yet, first you'll need to ask yourself these 28 questions.
A headhunter or a career counselor can provide you with an advantage in a competitive job market. These professionals help you to improve the way you present yourself to potential employers, and assist you in finding positions not advertised.
Technology has advanced to the point where it is possible to work from home, connecting to the office via broadband connection. Telecommuting isn’t just convenient; it’s also cost-effective in a number of ways.
If you want to be a single-income household so one of you stays home with the kids, you might have to look beyond tradition and figure out what’s best for you and your family. Here are some things to consider as you decide which spouse should stay.
The recent recession has changed the make-up of the workforce. Since the recession, there has been a rise in temp jobs, freelancing jobs and adjunct professor jobs. If you are looking for a job, it’s a good idea to consider the new realities of work.
A lot has changed since the financial crisis of 2008. And one of those things is the workforce. The workforce is changing — we may be on the verge of seeing a true decline in the full-time, full benefits workforce we have come to expect.
Whether you are looking for a promotion, or applying for a new job, it may not matter how hard you have worked, or how qualified you are: You could be passed over.
Of course, it’s nice to have a job for the purposes of your personal economy. Unfortunately, enough widespread unemployment can negatively impact the wider economy as well. You can't spend money if you aren't making it.