what not to say when you ask for a raise

When people ask for a raise, they often go about it entirely wrong — building their argument around things that have nothing to do with whether they deserve a raise:

“Joe makes $10,000 more than I do.”

“I just got my masters.”

“I meet all my job requirements.”

… and more.

Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about things you shouldn’t say when you’re asking for a raise. You can read it here.

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