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In the Words of Wise Women: How to Ask for a Raise & Get Paid What You're Worth — Wonder Women

Most people — particularly those who are just starting out in their careers — find the prospect of asking for a raise daunting. Talking about money is often uncomfortable, and having to talk about yourself and why you're worth a certain amount of moola can push the awkwardness factor off the charts. But, as one of the badass creative women we spoke to for this story pointed out, "If you don't ask for yourself, who will?" Read on for real life advice on how to ask for a raise and get paid what you're worth.
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