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Forbes: How to Get a Raise When They’re Not Handing Them Out

Be specific.

Give your boss a range for the raise you want, and explain why. “Be prepared to say, ‘After a lot of research, which I have here if you'd like to see it at some point, and how I feel I have contributed to the company, I would ask for you to consider an increase of $5,000 to $7,000. It has been ___ (time) since my salary was last reviewed. I greatly appreciate your consideration,” Taylor says.

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