If you are having trouble finding a job, perhaps it is because you are not earning enough. If you ask many people what they would do if there was an extra $100 per hour, they would most definitely want to work harder at their jobs. Unfortunately, earning more money takes time and effort and if you’re not putting in that work then it is unlikely you will see significant results from your efforts. However, if you can make the time and put in the effort then there is no reason why you cannot increase your earnings and actually see an increase in your paycheque.
The first thing you need to do is assess your job situation honestly. Are you working in a field where there is a shortage of workers? Or are you currently employed but the wages aren’t keeping pace with the cost of living? Your income situation will determine the best course of action. If you think there may be problems then you should consider speaking to a professional employment attorney who may be able to assist you in creating a workplace compensation plan that takes into consideration the nature of your position and your skills.
The next step is to develop a comprehensive earnings forecasting program. You should be able to determine your future earnings based on a variety of different factors such as hours worked, average salary and type of job. By doing this, you will be able to see which jobs will be easier to find and which ones will require a greater amount of effort. Your forecast should also factor in the number of hours you spend working each week and holidays taken. As well as looking at your future earnings, you should also consider the number of years you are going to be in your current position. You may wish to increase or decrease your annual leave and pension plan contributions.