Snagging Six Figures

Snagging Six Figures: From International Relations and $0 to Media Relations at a gallery and $60,000 in 2 years.

It is ironic because most of us go into international relations to bring equality to the world, yet to be able to work for free to get your foot in the door is actually a very privileged thing to do.

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $48,500 in consulting to $82,000 in talent management

In comparison to HR management, talent management covers more narrow scope in that we focus on people rather than on function and our role is aimed at the capturing and retention of talent.

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $54,500 in advertising… to coffee shop owner

The concept  ‘Snagging six figures’ was created after we had readers writing in asking for…

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $0 at 26 $87,500 in 3 years.

I decided to write this article because I really think there is value in quitting your job to get a pay rise.  I would take the value of a new experience seriously. It could open a lot of doors.

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $48,500 at $85,000 in 4 years.

I decided to write this article because I really think there is value in quitting your job to get a pay rise.  I would take the value of a new experience seriously. It could open a lot of doors.

Brain Butter: Confident or Egotistical?

Chunks of advice from the internet that taste as good as butter

Map: To getting out of a career slump

“my ideas were met with negative feedback, and every invoice was so hard to send. It seemed like they didn’t even want to work on the project…”

Career Calendar: Radio Producer

Seeing how other people fill their day

Map: To getting a pay rise

It’s actually much better to make the first offer (as opposed to waiting for it to come to you) because you get to set the “anchor”,

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $54,500 in Human Rights Law into…

Salary jump: From $54,500 at 23 to $88,000 at 29

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $42,800 in Public Relations to …

Salary jump: From $42,800 at 23 to $92,000 at 28