Reader View · 10 min read · Aug 2nd · Depending on where you live, owning a home may seem like a far off dream or it could be fairly realistic. In New York City, for example, a person needs to be making at least six figures to buy a home,… · Shared by 343, including LARRY ELKAN, Esther Schindler, George J Huba PhD
Reader View · 3 min read · Jul 4th · Saying "based on my market research" signals that you don't understand how salary negotiations work, according to executive recruiter Rob Cancilla. · Shared by 110
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Reader View · 10 min read · From 2015 · We’re sharing a new version of Buffer's transparent salary formula, and a web app that anyone can use to find out what you might make on the team at Buffer. · Shared by 129, including blinch, Emerson Macedo, Kris Fannin, Stephanie A Kowalski, Marcus Kuhn, Tibor Martini 🇺🇦 @firstname.lastname@example.org, pizza.lottie 🍕, Alberto, Steed Monteiro, Marc Wieland, Veronika Lampion, Courtney Bolton ★, Thomas Power, Christopher Allen (@ChristopherA@mastodon.social)
Reader View · 5 min read · Sep 22nd · We all believe a great school report deserves a tenner, right? Well, I disagree. Here's why I believe that. And how that translates to separating salary from performance. Good performance brings its… · Shared by 199
Summary · Reader View · From 2019 · No matter the industry, women tend to make less money than men for the same work. Women also hesitate to ask for a raise. In this special guide for The New York Times, Kristin Wong dives into concrete ways women can ask for the salaries they deserve. The responsibility of fixing the gender pay gap shouldn’t fall on women’s shoulders alone. However, Wong’s piece offers solid advice to help professional women bolster their chances of earning more. · Shared by 36, including getAbstract