Find a new job… and QUIT!

Because you could ask your boss, but if they wanted to give you a raise, they would have given you one in the first place.

If they do give you one, it’ll be max 5%, which barely covers cost of living sometimes.

You could wait for your performance review, but again, 5% max raise. This is the standard going rate for like 99% of all companies.

So what do I recommend?

Find a new job and quit. You’ll get about 50-200% more on your next job.

In Indeed’s 2020 Job Search Survey of Top Performers, they found that 90% of them “search for job opportunities at least a few times a year” and 92% “hired within the past year took an action to find a job within the 6 months prior to being hired”.

What does this tell us?
Top performers:
  • are more inclined to job hop

  • job search way in advance

  • more experienced with interviews and negotiation*

  • make more money*

*compared to average performers

So the next time you want a raise, look for a new job and get your resignation letter ready.
 Welcome to the big leagues! ⚡🏆💪💯

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♬ Blue Blood – Heinz Kiessling

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