Can Employers Ask You How Much You Made in Your Last Job?

Is there anything more nerve-wracking than a job interview? My worst job interview ever was my second year of law school. For a law student, the first step to a prestigious, intellectually challenging career (and, if you’re into money, a six-figure salary) is landing a spot in the summer program of a BigLaw firm. “BigLaw” […]

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You’re Leaving $1 Million on the Table If You’re Not Doing This

I bet that got your attention. I’ll give you a hint. It’s not your failure to participate in the weekly office lottery pool, your dismal performance in the March Madness tournament pool, or that time you forgot to lock up the petty cash drawer. Ladies, we’re doing the salary negotiation thing all wrong. Last week, […]

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Knowing What You’re Worth-What to Do if You Make Less Than a Male Co-Worker

Newsflash…it’s 2018 and women still make less then men. Okay, it’s not news (unless it’s unconscionably egregious). See, Exhibit A, four-time Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams making a 1,000 times less than her co-star, Mark Wahlberg of Ted fame. Fun fact, they were represented by the same agency in their salary negotiations. On average, a woman earns […]

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