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Show me the money!

Do not sell yourself short when it comes to salary negotiation. There is no other time that you will catapult your earning potential more than when you change jobs. Once you are in a job, you’re lucky if you get a 2-4% bump every year. Even when you get promoted, most offers are usually not more than 10% of your current earning.

It’s important to do your research on sites like Glass Door.

You should also work with a career coach, who has a ton of experience in recruiting/talent attraction, to talk through how to negotiate your total compensation package. Salary is negotiable. You know what else is negotiable? All of it! Bonuses, equity, paid time off, etc.

Try to avoid answering the range you want to be in and instead, try to have the recruiter give you the range. This can really help you level up your salary.

I just help a client go from making $70K with no bonus potential to $120k, plus a 20% bonus. That’s a $70K jump overnight!

Finding a new job, writing the perfect resume, and negotiating your salary can be scary. The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone.

Wouldn’t it feel amazing to have a high level of confidence in your resume, your LinkedIn profile, and your ability to maximize a job search?

I work with clients virtually all over the country. We would pick a time that works for you.

We can do a one hour consultation to talk through options and strategy.

Interested? Send me a message with your current resume on LinkedIn or reach out to me by email to and I’ll share my thoughts on your resume, give you an overview of pricing and walk you through next steps.

I have a few spots left for this week and next week. Get scheduled today.

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