Was The Salary I Was Offered Fair? How To Figure It Out Online

Was The Salary I Was Offered Fair? How To Figure It Out Online

Was the salary I was offered fair? This is how to figure it out online and through informational interviews.

Sometimes the topic of money can feel taboo and icky in the interview and job search process. It can be difficult to know how to manage this.

You can figure out what a job actually pays! You’ll need to put your research skills to use to get at this important information.

In this video I’ll walk you through how to research the pay range for any position. Plus, I’ll reveal how compensation/salary structures work inside different types of companies. This means showing things companies consider when deciding what a position is actually worth.

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Hi, I’m Shauna.
I want to help you get the job of your dreams, no matter your race or where you’re from. I know first-hand that racism shows up in the workplace in lots of ways. It’s the hiring manager who uses the n-word. It’s the colleagues who make off-colour remarks because they think I’m white, like them. It’s those vague but powerful prejudices that run like currents below the surface of office politics.

It’s f***wrong. But so is perpetuating the dishonesty that bias is history. So I’ve taken everything from my personal and professional experiences to create programs that confront racism head-on to move the dial for BIPOC people. If BLM has taught us anything, it’s that pretending racism doesn’t exist is one of the most dangerous attitudes of all.

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