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  • Three Tips to Get the Salary You Deserve

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 12, 2016

    Even though it might not feel like it in the moment, when you’re being considered for an open position at a firm, you have a good amount of negotiating power. However, if you don’t know how much leverage you really have, it’s hard to get the salary and benefits that you want and deserve. Here are a few tips from Forbes on how to negotiate like a pro and get the salary you deserve:

  • How to Start Your Morning for a Productive Day

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 8, 2016

    A lot of us don’t put a lot of thought into what we do when we first wake up. It is admittedly difficult to think about much of anything before that first dose of caffeine, but how you begin your morning can affect the productivity of your entire day. Here are a couple of tips from Entrepreneur on how to start your morning so you can ace the rest of the day:

  • Food for Thought: Dining as a Professional Tool

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 6, 2016

    In the business world, some of the biggest meetings and interviews are conducted over a meal. A dining interview is as much a test of you as a traditional one would be – it answers questions about your social skills before the company invests in you. And if you’re the one asking for the lunch meeting, it’s equally important that you come off as professional. Here are a few things to bear in mind from Inc on how to handle yourself at the table:

  • Three Reasons Not to Accept the Job Offer

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    Jason Wong
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    Apr 5, 2016

    In today’s job market, it can seem like a luxury to be picky about the job offers you accept, but sometimes it’s better to wait it out a little longer rather than accept the first job offer you’re given. Here are some red flags to look out for from The Daily Muse that should give you pause.

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