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2021.10.22 13:31 PlEaSe_sToPgujhbn No name for me I guess

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2021.10.22 13:31 DHG_Alt2 (17) Trying to meet some people, been alone for a while. Text if you want

Hi, I was wanting to meet someone since I'm lonely. Anyways I'm 17 almost 18 and I live in US. I mostly enjoy games, youtube, politics and circuitry. I don't mind people with other interests but preferably be 13-19. If you want to talk then send a request, that's all, bye.
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2021.10.22 13:31 DaysOfRoses Baby season has begun, this is one of 7 due in the next few months

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2021.10.22 13:31 InARoomFullofNoises Is it wrong to blue pill prols before telling them you're a socialist?

I live in a red state where people are starting to see that capitalism is bullshit, but they're clinging on to the GOP like a security blanket. These people though, while they are conservatives, moderates and some liberals, they can see the writing on the wall. I think these people can be radicalized, because I have done it before. However, what I've noticed is that they'll stop listening if you mention any socialist/communist terms and phrases. My approach has been planting seeds and leaving bread crumbs to the point that by the end of the convo they're agreeing with me on a lot. Then I reveal that they just agreed with a socialist on everything. Is that wrong, because I find it to be EXTREMELY affective.
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2021.10.22 13:31 maalaala My twin started playing again Dota2 because of TI as newbies and got stomp by this aghanims exploit

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2021.10.22 13:31 emberyon its no surprise. Down smash is crazy good

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2021.10.22 13:31 NYX700 LATAM is so dangerous that even the monolith is here

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2021.10.22 13:31 Carlosude Basic Arabic Grammar

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2021.10.22 13:31 Prosampleresume 5 Tips To Negotiate Salary After The Job Offer

61% of people fail at negotiating a higher salary after receiving a job offer. And you want to guess why? It’s not because of the economy, it’s not because the employer is being unreasonable and it’s not because they have no other offers to leverage.
Most of those people lost right then and there when they decided to not even try to negotiate for a higher salary.
In this blog, I’m gonna first help you understand the three practical consequences of not negotiating, because I have the best salary negotiation strategies in the world, but if you don’t get over that mental barrier first, none of it matters.
Then I’m going to share my five favorite tips when negotiating salary, after receiving a job offer. So that you can put it to practice right away. So let’s get started.
Hi friends, if you’re new here, my name is Deepak we’re all about practical career and interview tips. So if you’re a current student or young professional consider subscribing for more actionable content.
The most common reason candidates are hesitant to negotiate salary is because they believe they have no bargaining power. A fresh graduate might think, well, this is my first job, I have no experience, I have no bargaining power.
Even experienced professionals might think, if I have no other offers, I have no leverage, but here’s what you have to understand.
The hiring process is stressful and expensive for the other side as well. Employers screen hundreds, if not thousands of resumes, spend countless hours analyzing and choosing applicants before finally deciding on a few to hire.
By this point, the employer is investing in those candidates. So even fresh graduates have some bargaining power. Diving into three very real consequences if you choose not to negotiate your salary after receiving a job offer.
3 Consequences If You Don’t Negotiate First and foremost, compounding means you lose out financially in a very big way. Imagine two people with a 10% difference in starting salary,$50,000 a year and $55,000 a year. Now, let’s assume that both receive a 6% salary increase very year for the next 30 years. By year 10, the difference in their cumulative pay will be around $75,000, by year 20, $200,000. And by year 30, a whopping $424,000, almost enough to buy that new iPhone.
Now this oversimplified example doesn’t even take into account future career moves. If you move to another company, that nice 20% pay bump that they’re offering, that’s anchoring to what you’re being paid currently. So often, this $424,000 gap is way larger.
Number two, by choosing not to negotiate, you lose out on factors that the employer could have easily have said yes to. More vacation days, education reimbursement, a later start date. And number three, you lose out on an opportunity to make a strong first impression on your employer.
Negotiation is a valuable life skill that benefits you both personally and professionally. Your employer knows this, and by even attempting to negotiate, that might make you even more attractive in their eyes.
If you can relate to what I’ve talked about so far, drop a like and let me know down in the comments, if you’ve ever tried to negotiate salary before, Hopefully by now, you’re more comfortable with the idea of negotiating salary after receiving a job offer, but what exactly do you do? Here are my top five techniques.
You may also read: 5 Golden Rules: Write an Incredible Resume
Be Comfortable Tip number one, imagine you’re negotiating for a close friend or for a loved one. I found a subtle change in mindset instantly helps you become more confident and assertive.
Think about it, your close friend, he or she worked hard for this offer, spent countless hours on interview prep, revamped their resume 20 times, give up Netflix, Netflix for a month.
Doesn’t he or she deserved to be paid their worth? You feel that? That feeling is called indignation, anger at being treated unfairly. Use that to overcome your fear of negotiation.
Give Employer a Specific Figure Tip number two, give a specific salary figure as opposed to a nice round number. So what this means is that if you say $57,650 instead of $57,000, you are much more likely to get to a final number closer to what you were expecting in the first place, it turns out according to a research done by Columbia Business School, your employer is more likely to assume you’ve done extensive research into your market value to reach that specific salary number.
It makes anecdotal sense as well because if you have a friend working in a role that you’re applying for with similar background and experience and he or she tells you exactly what they make, you can be fairly confident that this is a number you can successfully negotiate for as well.
Do Research About The Company Tip number three, have a worst case scenario, a walkaway point. Yes, you should do research and come up with a target ideal number.
You should check out salary ranges on the sites that I throw on-screen hereon the link down below and choose a number at the 80 to 85% mark.
The point of having a worst case scenario in mind is that you’re mentally prepared to walk awayif the final offer is so low that you have to turn it down. You don’t want to accept something that’s just not financially viable or make you regret it afterwards.
Justify Your Salary Tip number four, come to the table with facts, not feeling. Your employer is much more likely to consider your salary negotiating proposal if you provide justifications.
Because this helps them understand why you deserve what you’re requesting. Saying that you deserve a 15% increase in salary because you have two more years of working experience than the average person on the team is a much stronger argument than just throwing out the 15% number.
Of course, it’s easy to come off as arrogant by mistake when providing justifications. So here’s a sample answer for your reference.
The industry average is $62,500 a year, not including benefits. And I found that Unilever actually pays a bit more than that at 64,000.
The offer you gave is slightly below both these numbers and I’d like to understand a bit more about the reasoning behind that.
With my four years of experience in consumer goods since graduation and based on my conversation with the hiring manager, I feel like I’m uniquely positioned to help with this issue she’s facing.
Is there any way we can get closer to the industry benchmark? Notice I use very neutral language, brought up what their competitor was paying and highlighted how my background was well positioned to help them with their challenges that they’re facing right now. The combination of all these helps me come off as reasonable without being too pushy.
You may also read: 5 Resume Mistakes To Avoid To Get into a Job Interview
Being Ethical Is Important Tip number five, negotiate salary offer ethically. You should only negotiate with an employer, who’s offered you plan to accept if the negotiation goes well. It is unethical to negotiate with an employer who’s offer you have no intention of accepting even if your preferred terms are met.
Once you have accepted an offer, you really shouldn’t continue interviewing with other employers. If you are interviewing with other organizations, you should reach out directly and let them know that you’ve already accepted an offer and you are withdrawing from the application process. At this point, be sure not to burn any bridges.
At a future date, you may have to work with some of these organizations professionally, or you may want to contact them again about employment. Last but not least, show how grateful you are to have received the job offer throughout the salary negotiation process.
Not only will this help you come off as more likable, but will also help your counterpart assume you have good intent. For those of you who are hesitant about negotiating salary after a job offer, hopefully the three real consequences I mentioned, and the five practical tips that I shared had made you more comfortable with the idea of negotiation.
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2021.10.22 13:31 Nanaue7 BAM! BAM!

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2021.10.22 13:31 Subject-Piece-4237 Is it common for women to want to have a penis sometimes?

I'm AFAB and from time to time I just really wish I had a penis. I also get turned on by imagining I had one. Other than that I don't wish I was a man nor do I want to transition. I just wish I had a penis sometimes. Is it a thing and does it have a name? I heard about Freudian penis envy and I'm not fully convinced by it, but I'm keeping my options open. If you think that's it tell me why you think so. Thanks
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2021.10.22 13:31 Carlosude Cryptocurrency Trading for Beginners 2021 (CLICK-BY-CLICK)

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2021.10.22 13:31 amynotadoctor Not as described?

I bought some books from A seller & paid with paypal goods & services.
The books came a few weeks later in a brown padded envelope, which was very much not what I expected. 5-8 books were stacked together on top with no bubble wrap or packaging paper: https://imgur.com/gallery/fuv69EN
There is visible yellowing on some of the books, sharpie markers, no idea why they’re there & the seller neglected to disclose them. I should have seen the red flags when they were being pushy & wanted payment first.
Obviously I contacted the seller alerting them of my issues, saying I want to return the books because they were not as described. He had 4 days to message me & I haven't heard anything from him since I contacted him.And his response when I tried to Find an amicable decision was to ghost me until I had no choice but to open a claim.
I opened a claim which prompted a response from him. He got very defensive saying that I was scamming him and said he was confident that the case would be in his favor. He ended it saying. “There is no way I am letting you get away with this totally bs paypal dispute. Paypal will resolve the case, good day. do not try to contact me again as you will be ignored.”
Just talked to PayPal support and the agent I spoke with said I can ship the books back or not. The seller doesn’t seem to care about wanting to talk tho.
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2021.10.22 13:31 JG-Music Green Day - Basket Case | Fingerstyle Guitar Cover

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2021.10.22 13:31 A_Fellow_Traveller_ Sword ideas, please

I am making a mod that has OP Swords in it. Give me some ideas.
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2021.10.22 13:31 BobbyPlckle How's the SQM Major?

I wanted to know if a path is SQM is any good, I was going to do a comp sci minor with it, and possibly go to grad for their data science track, but I'm also not sure if I should just stick with my comp sci major at Queens.
Also how well does this prepare you for a Data Science role, and what other jobs would be available?
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2021.10.22 13:31 Kritical02 Are some runs just unwinnable?

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2021.10.22 13:31 TaninTaninon Hugo

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2021.10.22 13:31 thewafflestompa i - Kendrick Lamar (Live on SNL)

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2021.10.22 13:31 DifficultAd7382 900-year-old sword dating back to the Crusades found at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea

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2021.10.22 13:31 Carlosude Learn Java Multithreading from Scratch | Prepare Interview

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2021.10.22 13:31 arevenantalien No beauty without pain

Ain’t no beauty without pain. No joy without sorrow, no ecstasy without friction, no heat without combustion. Can’t get around it. It’s farcical to try.
But the beauty’s worth the pain. Truly is.
It’s the entire point of existence.
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