You wish you could be the one leading the presentation or the conference call, the one who gets multiple invitations to lunch each week and gets the big assignments and thus the big paycheck. However, that’s just not you. You tend to stick to yourself, quietly getting your work done.
Congratulations, you just got a raise! After the excitement subsides, you may wonder what you’ll do with that extra money. While it makes sense to treat yourself and celebrate upon first getting the news of your raise, after that, you should spend or save the money responsibly. Here’s how.
The job market is so much more competitive than it was only five years ago. People who used to get hired within a month now find themselves unemployed for years. There are many reasons for the job search difficulty such as employees who never quit and an increase in job seekers who are willing to work for minimum wage. Candidates have to offer something bombastic to get a job these days. The following are just a few examples of what a candidate can try: