Negotiating Your Salary: How to Make $1,000 a Minute

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Mount Vernon Press, 2011 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
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Negotiating Your Salary: How to Make $1000 a Minute has sold more than 250,000 copies because career professionals recommend it and it's better paid readers who applied the strategies, tell their friends. The 7th edition makes it easier than ever to put thousands of extra dollars into one's pocket because of the many key concepts that have been added to the "bible" of salary negotiations.

Salary Negotiating has become even more user-friendly. Besides updating all the Internet references and e-tools, and addresing the challenges of negotiating in a melted down economy, the whole logical flow of the book is upgraded. The flow of the negotiating process itself is easier to understand and implement.

In addition to the basic rules of negotiation, $1000 a Minute tells readers when to apply them. The book is reorganized to tell: What to do at the start of the job search, how to "dodge" the salary issue during the job search, what to prepare before a job interview, when to enter into negotiations, and what order to ask for things. Special training is provided in how NOT to jeapordize the offer you have and still negotiate for the offer you want.

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Review: Negotiating Your Salary: How To Make $1,000 A Minute

User Review  - Vennittah - Goodreads

The book was just not readable. I know it had soem good advice but the writing style does not compell one to read on. Its not one of those books you say I couldn't put it down. That said, a big lesson for me as a woman is to make sure I always negotiate my salary and get the best offer. Read full review

Review: Negotiating Your Salary: How To Make $1000 a Minute

User Review  - Debra O'Reilly - Goodreads

I write resumes and create job-search strategies for job seekers. 20 years ago, when I read an early edition of "Negotiating Your Salary: How to Make $1000 a Minute," I recommended it to a client for ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Chapman is a nationally known career advisor and speaker in the field of career development. He is co-founder and past president of the Professional Career Counselors and Consultants Network.

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