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How To Ask For A Raise


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Asking for a raise is never easy.  Fear intensified by your emotions involving your health history can make it more difficult. But that doesn't mean you should let your health history as such interfere with asking for a raise that you think you deserve.

Before you ask for a raise, consider the following

Step 1. Do your homework to learn the current value of your job.

Step 2. Decide what you want to ask for

Step 3. Prepare a strategy.

Step 4. Be ready for objections.

Step 5  Practice making your request.

Step 6  Consider the timing.

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