How Valuable Are You In The Job Market?

If you’re actively looking for a job, you get real-time market feedback about how valuable you are in the job market – how many people are willing to meet with you, how many resume submissions lead to interviews, how many interviews lead to jobs, how many offers you get and how attractive these offers are. But when you’re not looking and busily employed where you are, it’s easy to lose track of how marketable you are (or not). This is an oversight that you should not make. You should regularly keep up with your market value so you ensure you’re at the right level at the right compensation and not stagnating, or worse, losing ground. Here are three questions to help you gauge your market value:

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