Friday, March 6, 2015

High 5 Weekly Career Transitions Roundup: How to Ask for a Raise

This is our weekly roundup of some of the best career-related articles, interviews, blogs, etc., we've read during the week. We share them so you have some great resources to prepare you for the coming week. Enjoy!

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  • 5 Lessons to Make a Partnership Work"Having a sense of shared community made us feel less lonely and uncertain about our choices."

  • How to Cultivate Your Professional Relationships"Make 'reconnect' files on your calendar that recur on a monthly basis. These remind you to reach out in a way as small as a call or email to say hello, see how they’re doing, send a pertinent article or ask how you can help them."

  • Things You Must Never Reveal About Yourself at Work"The last thing anyone wants to hear at work is someone complaining about how much they hate their job. Doing so labels you as a negative person, who is not a team player."

  • How to Ask for a Raise"First, and most important, are facts about your own unique contributions that bolster your case: money-saving efficiencies you implemented, results from a project you’ve just overseen, positive customer testimonials, or praise from higher ups."

  • 11 Tips for Job Seekers on Twitter"You can and should include a link to a personal website, social landing page or LinkedIn profile. Think about where you want people to learn more about you, and use the right link to send them there."

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