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

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Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 171 pages
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Proving your worth to a potential employer can begin well before the negotiating interview - that's why you need to be prepared. For 15 years, Negotiating Your Salary has been the bible for salary negotiations and, updated for the new millennium, this classic is back to coach a new generation of job hunters. Renowned career advisor Jack Chapman teaches you when to bring up the salary issue, how to respond to interviewers' offers, and simple strategies to help double your salary. For the already employed, he also covers how to make the most of raises and salary reviews, and much more.

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I must say, that this books is great. It really made me bold and also helped me realize that if you settle you do a disservice to your self and the company that hires you. I actually used this book to negotiate my salary with 1 Fortune 1000 company and 2 Fortune 500 companies.

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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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