For some people, the higher the salary the happier they are.
They’ll jump around from company to company, spending 6 months in one place, a year in another – all in the attempt to continually “bounce up” in salary when moving from one company to another.
Why do they do that? Because we all know that staying with one company and relying on that 2%-3% annual raise – if you get even that – is not the best way to increase your retirement nest egg.
No, the best way to get a higher wage is to leave the company you’re with and go somewhere else where your strengths are appreciated. Negotiate that higher income – then move on to the next location.
And this philosophy works for salaried as well as part-time employees. Think you deserve more than minimum wage from your current position and your boss won’t give it to you? Go down the street to someone who will appreciate what you bring to the table – and pay you appropriately for it.
So when it comes time to jump from your current location to a new company, you really should maximize your earning potential by selecting one of these 25 TOP COMPANIES IN TERMS OF BEST SALARIES AND BENEFITS as provided by Glassdoor.com:
- Kaiser Permanente
- Riverbed Technology
- Southern California Edison
- Union Pacific
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