Dec 01, 2016 02:28 AM EST

Why Is It Important To Ask For Your Salary Rate? Know Which Weigh Most: Salary VS Career

Most of the people think that the world is facing a pressing employment problems, most particularly after the memorandum on the exit of the Great Britain from the European Union and after the historical win of US President-Elect Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. More than just the impacts of these political movements in employment, another reason why people resign and look for other job opportunities abroad is their salary. 

Salary does matters, regardless if the employee is a millennial or someone who has a family already. People need enough stash of cash to survive with their daily activities, and so they can quickly decide to quit their current jobs if they think that the amount they earn is not enough. 

The Hays Salary Guide 2017, as stated in the press release of Silicon Republic, reported that one of the most concerns, especially of millennials, in choosing which office or business to apply is the salary or compensation rate. That is because most of the Generation Y are educated and have enough experience, they become more demanding when it comes to the amount of compensation that their office would offer. 

Salary plays a huge role in the perception of people inside a single office. If one receives a higher salary than the other, it means a lot maybe in the field of expertise or the years of experiences. And so wage establishes a division on who should be most paid with respect, and who are just in the same line as you. 

The progress in a person's salary also shows that the career progresses positively. In weighing which of the two employment factors should be given more importance, the Hays Salary Guide always recommended to check your list of tasks, and the amount you get in return. Salary and career must be augmented accordingly, depending on one's expertise, experience, and attitude towards work.

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