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Women ask for lower salaries than men do, study finds | Are nonworking employees an epidemic? | This professor wants you to connect with him on LinkedIn
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Getting Ahead
Women ask for lower salaries than men do, study finds
Women in the tech sector earn 13% less than men, according to a study by Hired.com. One reason for the discrepancy: Women "undervalue" themselves during salary negotiations, the study argues. Fortune (11/6)
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Are nonworking employees an epidemic?
The proportion of employees who say they never work hard at their jobs is far greater than the proportion who say they consistently put in a full day's work, Roland Paulsen writes. He cites anecdotal evidence of employees who spend about 15 minutes a day on actual work. The issue is often obscured by articles and books that promote the idea that worker stress levels are rising, Paulsen writes. The Atlantic online (11/3)
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Get It Right: Pricing Strategies That Work
Many entrepreneurs hope for success by offering low prices, while in fact most world-class entrepreneurs succeed by setting higher prices. If you're not exactly sure which pricing strategy will work for your business, these 6 steps can help you set your company's prices for success. Read the exclusive article now.

Making the Connection
This professor wants you to connect with him on LinkedIn
Connect with a diverse group of people on LinkedIn -- not just people you know well -- because you never know who may help you out with your next job, writes Henrik Bresman of INSEAD. "Unless you have a good reason to believe otherwise, it may be the wisest course to treat everyone you encounter as a potential Godfather," Bresman writes. Knowledge.Insead.edu/INSEAD Blog (11/6)
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The Landscape
Hiring index for services industries reaches 9-year high
An index that tracks hiring by services firms reached its highest level in nine years last month, according to the Institute for Supply Management. The index bodes well for employment numbers set to be released Friday by the U.S. Labor Department, Christopher Rugaber writes. USA Today/The Associated Press (11/5)
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Your Next Challenge
Avoid getting tongue-tied during interviews
Segue into topics that you're knowledgeable about when you're faced with an interview question that stumps you, experts say. Also, learn to take pauses in between sentences instead of saying "um" or "er." City A.M. (London) (11/6)
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Balancing Yourself
Work-life balance tips for the weekend
Structure your weekend much in the same way you do the workweek in order to take full advantage, suggests Stephanie Taylor Christensen. Write out Monday's to-do list on Friday to get it off your mind and also create a weekend schedule of events and ongoing activities. Brazen Careerist (11/6)
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The Water Cooler
In praise of "Car Talk"
Tom Magliozzi
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Tom Magliozzi, who for 35 years co-hosted National Public Radio's "Car Talk" with his brother Ray, died this week. The show Tom and Ray created became a national treasure because of their cheery attitude, but also because behind their wisecracks lay genuine expertise, writes Christopher Bonanos. "They knew why a car works, not just how it works, and had the knack of explaining it, from first principles, with dopey-great analogies," he writes. Vulture (11/4)
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Each minute we spend worrying about the future and regretting the past is a minute we miss in our appointment with life."
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