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Often, whether or not you’re offered a raise has little to do with your job performance. Instead, your compensation may be based on your department’s budget, your manager’s priorities, and (in some cases) whether or not your employer thinks they can keep you doing such a great job for cheap.
The bottom line is this: To get a raise in this non-merit-based world, you’ve got to make the case for it. Here’s a deep dive into how.
Paying extra on your student loans every month can make a big dent over time—even if you only tack on as much as the price of a movie ticket.
How can a few extra bucks a month make a difference? Let's talk about how this works.
So, now that we’ve hit our 30s, we’re definitely in control of our lives, right? Um, Right.
As a 30-something who ate nine tater tots and the crust off a pizza for dinner last night, I’m gonna just go ahead and say that “adulting” is not exactly my strong suit. Especially when it comes to what I eat. (Whatever; wine is a vegetable).