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When it comes time to decide on how to make more money, it can be difficult to weigh the options: Are you better pursuing pay raises or side income?
In an ideal world we would all work in jobs we love as well as receive a bumper salary. Sadly, this isn’t an ideal world and you might find yourself forced to make a decision at some point.
How many people do you know who say that they would love to be a carpenter or a gardener or a writer or whatever else but can’t because it doesn’t pay enough? Personally, I know about half a dozen people who have confessed to me that they hate their job and only do it because of the money. So how do you decide whether to choose a good salary or the job you really want?
One of the results of the march of time is that the gender pay gap is closing. Millennial women are catching up in terms of receiving equal pay for equal work. However, the issue with the gender pay gap is that it’s not just a matter of getting equal pay for equal work.
Before you get hung up on your salary, and the possibility of making more, consider your disposable income.
Here’s a scary thought for you. I remember reading a few years ago that most Brits would only have enough money to last a few months if they lost their salary.
I just did some research and the most recent article I could find on the subject said that most of us have only enough put away to survive 3 months. 3 months. Isn’t that shocking? We work for year after year and if we were to lose our job we could be penniless in next to no time.
So how can we avoid this happening?
Whether you’re interviewing for a new job or trying to renegotiate your salary with your current employer, preparation is important. Here are five steps to negotiating a higher salary.