Multiply Your Salary By 7 Fast, Legally and Ethically

In 2009, I got my first job as a web designer.

I learned a lot during this stage of my life, but the salary… it was a laughing stock.

Back then, I didn’t have a car, so I spent half of my money on transportation and low-quality food.

After 4 months of lousy work (even on Saturdays), a new possibility aroused: a new job opportunity!

They offered me 2x my current salary.

Thing is, I did not feel comfortable in this new company. So I decided to change jobs again. So I joined an institution where I also doubled my income.

I was very comfortable in this new job. I had few things to do. Meaning, I was mostly free to do whatever I wanted. However, I decided to change my job again.

And again I doubled my earnings.

In this last place, I worked for 5 years. They offered great benefits and I was able to obtain several salary readjustments that practically doubled my income once more.

In my case, I was able to multiply my earnings by 7 in just 4 years.

For my safety, I can not say how much money I earned while employed, but I can tell that I was mostly OK with my salary.

How to earn more money being employed?

If you paid attention, there is a well-marked pattern in my work life history.

In just 4 years I changed jobs 4 times.

At the beginning of my career, I could say that I changed jobs an average of 1 time per year and that each time my income doubled.

Online Business is great. See, I do live from Internet Money. But, this wasn’t always the case.

If you want to earn more money being employed, send your resume everywhere and at all times. Always keep your eyes opened for a new job opportunity.

Also accept every job interview others offers you, even if you do not have the desire to work there. By doing this, you’ll meet many people, but more important than all, they will get to know you.

Many people will tell you that changing jobs so many times is a bad idea. Screw that!

Changing jobs works because companies rarely provide significant salary increases. In general, it takes a lot of time to climb up the corporate ladder.

Last words.

Many want to work for others.

Not everyone desires to manage their own company, or make money online. And, in many cases, you can have an excellent life being employed.

For this reason, I praise all those who love their jobs.

So passing around your résumé, and change jobs fast.

If you think that changing jobs will help you make more money, share this article.

José Rosado

José Rosado

I’m a Graphic Designer and Web Developer. I live in the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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