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May 05, 2008


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I am about to have my annual review...I took the lowest salary of all my offers after graduating. The Company said they paid lower, because they have to invest so much time and money up front in forward one year, after talking to last year's hires, I know I am about to recieve a tiny to do I get the Company to pay me as the "highly trained" employee they have helped me to become over the past year?

These all look like good ideas to me. Especially the over deliver. Go the extra mile, come early and stay late and soon you will be noticed. Do things that will profit you company or department, and soon you will be noticed.

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