At some point while growing up, we’ve all been told to avoid comparing yourself to others because everyone is different. While this is true, it doesn’t apply when it comes to your salary.
This is one of the only times I will give you a pass to look at your peers and see if you are on their level. It’s important to compare what you’re getting paid in order to see if you match.
That’s not to say that there are varying degrees pay due to years of experience, education obtained, etc. What I’m saying is, if you are among others doing the same work as you and you feel as though you are on the lower end of the pay scale by comparison, then you have the right to research your worth.
This week, I will be giving you three important steps to put to the test. You owe it to yourself to get what you deserve. No one wants to work for free or put in the hard work only to get paid the minimum.
You have the right to want to be compensated on the same level as others working the same position, so make sure to watch this video all the way to the end. There is too much great information to miss just one minute!
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Hello Jobseekers, Jennifer Tardy here and you are tuning in to the #CareerSuccess channel for UPs. Today I will be discussing how to find out if you’re being underpaid. No one wants to work for less than they are worth, so this video will show you how to make sure you are getting properly paid and is on the same level as your peers that is working the same position.
Sit tight and don’t go anywhere because at the end of the video I will be sharing my favorite segment which is the #CareerSuccess Bonus Tip for UPs. You won’t regret sticking around with me! See you on the other side!
Have you ever set back and look over your salary and feel like you are getting cheated out of what you is really worth? Have you heard whispers about people getting more salary than you but you all are working in the same department, under the same job title and this led you to investigate a little further? Well, in this video I will be sharing some tools that will help you get the information you need to see if you really are being underpaid Let’s get right into the tips!
Tip #1: Do Your Research
• Find out if it’s public info
• Search around on salary.com
• Check out glassdoor.com
It’s always a good idea to research your salary when you suspect a lack of pay compared to your peers but check out this video describing how your experience can play a factor in your overall payout. “How Your Experience Affects Your Salary” https://youtu.be/Lld0OBpd9WI
Tip #2: Utilize Glassdoor’s Tools
• Has a ‘Know Your Worth’ tool
• Can also do a search by company and see what employees are listing
Quick Pause! What tools have you used in the past that helped you find out your true salary worth for your position? Tell me all about it in the comment section below!
Tip #3: Look Into Your Job Title
• Look by way of your job title, but also your duties. Some people are underpaid because their duties does not match their job title.
Want to know how companies determine your salary? I have a video that breaks this down for you to easily understand their process. “How Companies Determine Your Salary” https://youtu.be/KR6zewnKnXE
What did you do or say once you found out that your given duties did not match the job title you’re working under? Leave a comment below in the comment section!
As Promised, I wanted to share with you a career success tip!
CareerSuccess Tip: Will be sharing the stats of earnings for women and people of color but you stated that you need to find them!!
As always, for us to be #underrepresented no more, we must Learn, Engage, Apply, Repeat, Now. I’m Jennifer Tardy your CareerSuccess coach! I’ll see you in the next video!