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You May Be Leaving $1 Million on the Table If You’re Not Doing This at Work

Here's what to do so you're not at a loss.

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These skills can help women make more money.

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If you never negotiate your starting salary, you're potentially leaving a million dollars on the table throughout the course of your career.

That's a lot of money to miss out on just because you don't want to “cause any trouble.” Statistics show that women struggle with asking for what they’re worth time and time again. found that half of men will negotiate their salary, compared to just 12 percent of women. Adding insult to injury, women are 79 cents on

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