In this video I show you how to negotiate a higher salary using 5 easy tips. Using these tips will allow you to go into a salary negotiation prepared and confident to help you PROVE your worth to your new/current employer.
Negotiating a higher salary can seem intimidating at first, but if you follow these 5 tips it really shouldn’t be that scary of a process.
Salary Negotiation Tips:
1. Create a Brag Book
2. Know Your Worth (Market Research)
3. Be Specific
4. Use Leverage (I give a specific example)
5. Be Confident
Some of these may seem like common sense, but common sense is typically NOT common practice.
Watch until the end because I give me own personal thoughts on salary negotiation and how to avoid playing these games all together.
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