A few key areas exist where women need to really assert themselves. Consider the following:
Corley points out how women will assert themselves to get a job, but once they have it, they stop. "If you start a job in your early 20s [and remain until you're 30] and don't assert yourself for raises, you've undermined your salary earning potential over the long run," explains Corley.
It makes sense -- your subsequent employers will review your past salary history when making an offer. If you've made no efforts to increase your salary over the years, new employers will offer less money. So what do you do? Corley offers the following advice.
Use the following tips to learn how to say no.
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