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by SixFigureStart | October 21, 2009


Your boss would like you to think that there are a hundred people in the unemployment line who’d be thrilled at the prospect of having your job. But your boss is not letting you in on the bigger picture: The truth is, it is always more expensive to hire and train a new employee than to keep the one you have happy and productive—and that doesn’t change just because we’re in a recession. Understanding this one point already puts you at an advantage when it comes to salary negotiation, but there many other tactics that can give you an edge in asking for a raise during a recession as well. [Read more]

--Posted by Stephanie Miles,

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