Staying employed at the same company for over two years, on average, can make you earn 50% less over the life of your career according to a recent Forbes analysis. On this week’s show, Rich and I discuss the pros and cons of maximizing your money moves and whether job hopping is still frowned upon or a way of life for Millennials. This show covers:
- How you can strategically “job hop” into the raise your current employer either can’t or won’t give
- The average current employee will receive a 2 – 5% raise but new hires can expect to see 10 – 20% increase in salary
- Steps you can take to have more control over your salary and career path
- Low-risk ways to determine your job’s salary market value every two to five years
- Forbes: Employees Who Stay In Companies Longer Than Two Years Get Paid 50% Less
- Wealth Simple interviews French Montana
- ICYMI – PB41: The Occupational Handbook
October: We’ve been selected to speak at FinCon October 25-28th: How to Build a Money Podcast Without Being an Expert (or boring).
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