This is a great little summary reminder of how important communication skills are for you to increase your earnings and your progression in your worklife! Doesn't matter what you do - being able to succinctly communicate well is key (and often takes practice). Find a Dale Carnegie speakers course, take some online writing courses, lots you can do these days to tighten up - but it will really pay off. Also - never email when you can call; never call when you can meet. Its always better to increase the human interaction to achieve success in whatever you are trying to accomplish in your communication!!
Greetings Group, let me have your take on this matter... I interviewed for a (Career Coach Position). I am fully experienced in that arena, after the interview, I asked a couple little questions, nothing major. Before we ended, they asked me "How much are you looking at to get paid?" Now my question is, or I should say... That is a effed up question to ask someone who is looking to get employed by you and if a person would state an high amount that would ex them out, and If you go low, you are setting yourself up for failure to be taken advantage of. What is you all take on this?
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