First, take your pre-Covid-19 job description and evaluate how your position has changed since.
“You have probably taken on way, way more responsibilities,” said Jaras, author of “Know Your Worth, Get Your Worth” and host of the podcast, Her Career Talk.
Take a “red marker” to that job description and underline everything that has changed and note how you have “stepped up your game during these uncertain times,” she said.
Then, do some market research to understand what your experience is worth in today’s market. “Odds are it is more than you are getting paid,” she said.
Yet don’t just go in and ask for more money. Instead, position it as a