To help you get started making your dreams come true, we want to invite you to join Make It Happen, PayScale's new online program designed to help you accomplish your career goals. Our program is all about action. Often, career advice comes in the form of lofty platitudes, like "dress for the job you want." We got tired of the same old advice. We know that making significant changes in your life requires action. To that end, we organized our best tips and tricks to help you achieve six common career goals.
Make It Happen
First, choose your goal:
- Get a raise: Learn how to get a paycheck that reflects your real worth.
- Get a promotion: Move up the corporate ladder.
- Get hired: Say goodbye to unemployment and hello to your career.
- Find a new job: Put your skills to use with a new employer.
- Be better at your job: Improve your performance with new skills or education.
- Change careers: Making a drastic change? We’ll tell you where to start.
Next, watch your inbox for weekly emails containing articles, homework assignments and proven advice. Every time you complete a task, you can log into PayScale and check that item off your customized Task List.
Win an Extra Paycheck
After signing up, you’ll be eligible to enter PayScale’s Win an Extra Paycheck Sweepstakes*. We know you’re a hard worker, but who couldn’t use an extra paycheck to start 2013 off on the right foot?
What are you waiting for? Go pick a goal!
Tell Us What You Think
What goal are you going to choose? Join in the discussion on Twitter with other goalsetters using the hashtag #MakeItHappen.
*Participation in the Sweepstakes constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of the Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor, which are final and binding. Winning a prize is contingent upon being compliant with the Official Rules and fulfilling all other requirements set forth.
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