Three-quarters of people who ask for a raise get one, according to PayScale’s Salary Negotiation Guide, but what about the 25 percent of people who ask … and don’t get? While there are lots of reasons why a manager …
Loyalty to one employer is no longer the best strategy for most workers, at least in terms of earnings. People who "job hop" and switch companies end up earning higher salaries than those who stick around.
Recent research found that looks matter when it comes to who pulls in the big bucks -- and that the differences start as early as high school.
A recent series of studies shows that the wealthy are twice as three to four times more likely to blow a stop sign, four times as likely to cheat at dice, and twice as likely to actually steal candy from children. But more significantly, this research shows that money itself is the actual corrupting influence.