Your Salary: What Are You Worth? by David Richter
... Still another approach is to use a salary calculator to look at a salary comparison based on several factors including industry, geography and of course the level of the position itself. If you are interested in that approach, salary.com has a neat formula for calculating salary. You can go to their site for more information: If you want to make a lot of money, I suggest you look to your true worth. In most cases, your true worth is far greater than your current compensation.
Salary Negotiation is a Sticky Subject by Peter Fisher
... Use the internet - a search will quickly throw up various websites and salary calculators you can use. Break down the full package you have been offered and make sure you have clearly identified which areas of the package you would like to see improved. Refrain from making strong demands, but contact the employer and say that whilst you would really like to accept the offer, you were expecting the [basic salary or holiday paid days or car benefit or insurance] to be a little better and if ...
The Surefire Way To Getting A Pay Raise by Dan Strakal
... There are many salary calculators and web sites online such as the salary wizards at HotJobs.com, Monster.com, or Salary.com. Keep in mind, such calculators provide industry averages and may not be adjusted for the cost of living in your particular part of the country. The average salary for an accounting clerk in New York City, New York is going to be slightly higher than for the same position in Deer Lodge, Montana. Check with your companyís compensation department on what the exact ...
What Do You Need to Do to Prepare for Your Job Search? by Angela Betts
... If you arenít sure what salary range to aim for, do your research using salary calculators online. Prepare your response to job postings that state a salary history is required with resume submission. This issue is best addressed with a salary range stated in your cover letter rather than a list stating the salary you received from previous employers. The range informs the potential employer how much you value your skills and knowledge without cornering you into the same low pay you may ...
How To Get A Raise by Laura Browne
... You can find a simple salary calculator at You can get more detailed information at 4. Prove what youíre worth at your company. More important than market value is the value you have brought to your company over the last year. Did you increase sales? Did you keep a major customer? Did you save the company money by designing a new process? Your boss should know what have done and how it positively impacts the bottom line. Donít assume that your boss knows exactly what youíre working on.
How To Lose £15000 (minimum) In 30 Seconds Or Less! by Stephen Thompson
... Take out a calculator and get your latest salary statement. Go on, get them now and work it through. Most job seekers take an average of 120 - 180 days to find
a job. Don't take my word for it, ask any employment
consultant or agency. Or use the Governmentís own figures
terms of lost income, if you earn an average of let's say
£50 per day (VERY conservative for Professional Clients),
you would lose £6000 - £9000 over that period. Use your own figures to confirm this.
IT Certification Exams: 3 Most Popular Mistakes by Divya Chopra
... Parallel to the growth of the IT Industry, the value and importance of IT certification exams has also gain significant momentum. More and more people are pursuing these exams and organizations are also encouraging their employees to take these certifications. But one needs to be educated enough to make a proper choice whether to take the certification or not. And if you decide to take, then it is even more important to be clear of what it gives you and takes from you to be a certified ...
Job Offer Negotiations: Getting What You Want by David Richter
... Your true worth is far greater than your current compensation, or what a salary calculator would reveal. Your worth can be defined by what you bring to the table that is unique and valuable. Look at the skills, strengths, core competencies, marketable assets and accomplishments you can declare as your own. This is what describes your uniqueness. It is what differentiates you from the crowd. What number would you associate with your worth? If youíre having difficulty coming up with a figure, ...