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From the ice rink to the office, how I've embraced "Agile" with my teams

Discover how this Fidelity employee is improving her agile skills, by comparing her agile experience in both sports and her professional career. Read more here.

This is the best way to follow up after an interview to stand out

The interview went well and you left feeling optimistic, but how do you follow up? Discover the best steps to take after an interview to help you stand out here.

5 tips for new grads

For new grads this spring, finding helpful tips to help you get started on building your career path may be tricky. Read here for more career tips and information.

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If you’re thinking of starting a new job search, here’s what to expect

Thinking of starting a new job this new year? Read about the importance of knowing what to expect before jumping in.

The completely honest but careful way to explain why you're looking for a new job

Ramping up your job search? These recommendations will help answer the tough "why are you looking for a new job" question with confidence.

Unhappy with your salary? 3 things to do before you quit

Are you unhappy with your salary? Here are some useful tips you should use before looking at other jobs.

What to do if you find out your coworker makes way more than you

Did you find out that a coworker in a similar role makes way more than you? Read these helpful tips to help you make a plan for a salary discussion.

Don't take benefits for granted

Especially for young professionals, health insurance is the benefit we often take for granted, but we shouldn't!

Here's how to get promoted—according to 7 managers

Being considered for a promotion is more than just hard work. Consider these professional tips from 7 different managers.

2 people, 2 years, 4 jobs—all at one company

Transitioning into a new job at the same company is exciting. Here are some tips on getting acclimated to a new role.

New on the job? How I met my work bestie, Janice, and learned 3 financial lessons

Congratulations on your new job! Here's some guidance on the process of learning and practicing smart financial decisions.

You've been offered a great new job, but is it worth a pay cut?

Getting offered a great new job from your boss is awesome, right? Weigh out the potential negatives and positives when taking a pay cut for a new job.

How to gracefully decline a job offer

How can you gracefully turn down a job offer? These steps talk about declining a job offer without the risk of burning bridges.

Real women got raises by following this advice (maybe you should try it!)

Preparing yourself for any outcome is one of the most important steps when requesting a pay raise. Here is some useful advice that a real woman followed before negotiating a salary boost.

How do I explain reasons for leaving a previous job?

Avoid turning off a potential employer by preparing yourself to answer questions about your old job. Here are ways to explain your reasons for leaving a previous job—the right way.

Should I use a job offer to get a raise at my current job?

A common concern in the workplace is wondering if you are getting underpaid. Here is a helpful article to help you answer any lingering questions.

The trick to getting more money in a negotiation isn't what you say – it's what you don't

Salary negotiations can sometimes be an awkward experience, especially when filled with long silences. Learn tips on how to approach these scenarios where not saying anything at all can help your negotiation power.

Here's how to negotiate your salary over email

Accepting a new job? Don't forget to negotiate your salary! Here's a game plan on how to negotiate your salary over email.

16 signs you're underpaid—and what to do about it

Think you are underpaid? Here are 16 signs that you may be not getting your worth and tips on what you can do to change that.

4 key strategies women need to negotiate a higher salary

Working women face discriminatory salary differences compared to those of their male counterparts. Learn how you as a woman can advocate for yourself in salary negotiations to ensure that you are paid what you rightfully deserve.

Evaluating a new job offer

New job offer? Congratulations. But before you make any decisions, it pays to do a side-by-side financial comparison.

How to stay motivated when you're already debt-free

How to stay financially prepared and motivated even if you have an absence of debt in your personal financial life. Read here to learn how you can stay motivated.

What does it take to land your dream job?

A reality check. Commitment. And time.

Starting a new job

Whether it's your first time in the workforce, or you're transitioning from one company to another, there are a number of items to consider.

How to evaluate a job offer

It’s not just about money—think about quality of life issues and your future.
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New job offer? We can help break it down

Income

How does the money you could make compare to your current paycheck? Factor in any bonuses or commission, and whether a change in employment status will affect your taxes.

Benefits

Does the new employer offer a retirement matching plan or profit sharing? See how other perks match up to the benefits you have now.

Cost of living

Will you be moving for your next job? Calculate how income tax rates and living expenses might affect your decision.

Make money part of your curriculum

So maybe you're not majoring in money. We can still help you better understand the basics of your own financial life.

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