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How to Negotiate Your Salary Once You Get a Job Offer

by Emily Wiegand | September 21, 2023

In this Vault video, learn how to confidently negotiate your job offer.

6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going Freelance

by Emily Wiegand | April 25, 2023

Here are 6 questions you should ask yourself before trading in your 9 to 5 to pursue a freelance career.

Interns' Best Advice for Management

by Firsthand | November 04, 2021

Culled from a survey of 11,400 interns, here are the five most common pieces of advice interns had for management of their internship programs.

How to Deal with a Denied Promotion and Salary Increase

by John Allen | March 15, 2021

We’ve compiled a handy list of things you can do when faced with a denied promotion or salary increase. Here’s how to respond to the rejection productively.

5 Salary Negotiating Tips for Remote Jobs

by Lisa Rangel | July 14, 2020

New work arrangements caused by Covid-19 are affecting salary negotiations. Here are five tips for negotiating a lucrative salary for a remote position.

How to Manage Your Career Like a Financial Asset

by Lisa Rangel | August 19, 2019

For most people, their biggest assets are their careers, not their homes. And like a home, a career can be proactively managed in order to increase its value. Find out how to do that here.

How to Ask for a Raise or Negotiate Your Salary

by Jeriann Watkins Ireland | July 23, 2018

When negotiating your salary for a new job or asking for a raise in your current one, addressing certain things will increase your chances of getting more money.

Salary Negotiation Scripts for Any Role

by Natalie Fisher | April 04, 2018

The salary negotiation process is complicated. We’ve broken it down into a simple framework so you can be as prepared as possible when you find yourself in.

6 Resolutions NOT to Make This Year

by AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss | January 02, 2018

Of the 45 percent of Americans who make New Year's resolutions, only eight percent see them through, according to  Reader’s Digest . That’s partly...