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Are You Underpaid?

Are You Underpaid?

Kim Lankford / Monster Contributing Writer

Get Friendly with Recruiters

Recruiters are some of the best sources of information about the job market, especially if they specialize in your industry. Since they’re working with employers, they know exactly what price range companies can offer as well as the skills they’re looking for.

But you generally need to build a relationship with the recruiter first, which means helping them out even if you aren’t looking for a new job yourself. “If you give them the name of someone who might be interested, then recruiters will call you, because you’ve become a good source of information for them, and they’ll be more likely to share more information with you,” Miller says.

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