One of the most difficult aspects of almost any job is the salary negotiation. When you’re asked how much you want to be paid, whether you are starting at a new job, or whether you are looking for a raise/promotion, it can be difficult to pinpoint what you’re worth.
Deciding what you’re worth spills over into helping you decide which jobs to take (if salary isn’t negotiated), as well as whether or not you feel as though you can stick with your current position.
Tom Hart is with Eliassen Group, a staffing and consulting company. “We place over 1,000 people a year in temporary and permanent positions,” he says. Hart has a few ideas for how you can figure out how much you’re worth.
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