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A logical place to start when trying to improve your lot in life is to focus on your current line of work. Here are three different ways to get more from your job:
ē   Ask for a raise. One of the easiest ways to earn extra money is to get more for what youíre already doing. With that in mind, you should work to excel in your work, build a case, and then ask for a raise.
ē   Position yourself for a promotion. Another great way to earn more from your work is to get promoted to a higher paying position. Do whatever you can to excel. Go above and beyond the call of duty around the workplace and consider taking advantage of any training opportunities that you can find.
ē   Find a new job. A great way to increase your earning power is to get a job offer. Even if itís a lateral move, and especially if itís not, switching jobs is a great way to increase your salary.
Unfortunately, now that the economy is in the crapper, itís probably not the best time to ask for a raise, push for a promotion, or angle for a new job. While it canít hurt to try, you may need to look elsewhere in hopes of generating extra income.



How to Earn more money from your current job
« on: April 01, 2012, 04:49:20 PM »

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