Shout-out: How should I negotiate my next raise? (Laurie)

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 Hello all! Our Saturday morning shout-outs highlight a post/article/book/other that I’ve come across lately that deserves exactly that: a ‘shout-out.’ The goal here is to hopefully introduce my readers to other authors or bloggers that have had an impact on me, my writing, and my life.

 

This week’s shout-out is:

 

How should I negotiate my next raise? by Laurie via womenwhomoney.com

 

You may or may not have heard about how women are paid less on average, as compared with their male counterparts when it comes to many job types. Rather than focus on negativity, the women behind Women Who Money are helping to arm all of us (yes guys, us too) with the skills necessary to better perform and get compensated in the workplace.

 

This post is packed with tons of actionable content, advice, and links to other sources, and they’re all aimed to arm us at the negotiation table! Many of us focus on cutting expenses to help build wealth, but another simple way to achieve that goal is by earning more. And sometimes, all you need to do is ask. But make sure you’re prepared to defend your position at the onset. This post will help you get there in no time.

 

Check it out and make sure you’re getting what you deserve!

 


 

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