For even the most hardened workforce veteran, salary negotiations can be stressful. For a young professional, negotiating that first salary bump can be excruciating. To make that process less stressful and more productive, we asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) this question:
What is your best advice for young professionals when entering their first (or next) round of salary negotiations?
It’s that time of year again. College students, along with some soon-to-be grads, will shortly begin a summer internship.
Get ready… the Millennial boss might have a much different approach to management. Here’s how to impress them, every time…
You’ve done a good job. You’re making an impact on the bottom line of your employer. You’re contributing positively to the company culture. So you’re thinking: Maybe this is a good time to time to ask for a raise? It most likely is.
But as many young professionals have learned, negotiating salary is a tricky business…
People hear the advice “find a mentor” fairly often, but that doesn’t always help. In fact, there are a lot of potential career mentors ouch there, each with a variety of levels of skill and success. So how do you know which person might be a good fit as a mentor, and which might be a misfit?