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Many women aren’t comfortable dealing with negotiations, even when something they really want (and deserve!) is on the line. Vickie Milazzo shares nine tips to help you stop underpricing yourself and start getting paid what you’re worth. If you’re ready to stop sitting back and start negotiating like you mean it, read on for nine of Milazzo’s tried-and-true tips. 

ManpowerGroup's 2012 Talent Shortage Survey found that, globally, management, and executive roles are among the most difficult to fill. Despite this, Grant Thornton's 2012 International Business Report revealed that barely one in five senior management positions globally is held by women. In her opening plenary remarks at the WEF Annual Meeting, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde urged the business world to focus on inclusive growth. She said: "The evidence is clear; when women do better, economies do better. Seventy percent of all consumption decisions in the world are made by women."

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Alice was a troubled real estate agent. She loved her job, and was happy with her occupation and with the company and other agents she worked with, but wanted to meet with us regarding her self-inflicted problems. She was creating her own roadblocks to attaining more wealth. Alice was having a hard time with her confidence. She had self-defeating perceptions, due to dealing with the wealth she was creating. She needed confirmation.

Many women enter the job force after raising their children, typically earning less than equally educated male counterparts and statistically living longer than these same males. The amount of money women need to save for retirement is greater than males need, and it has to last longer.

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