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June 29, 2009 12:00 ET

McGraw-Hill Releases the Latest Book by Lee E. Miller: Get More Money on Your Next Job...In Any Economy

WHITBY, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 29, 2009) -

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Negotiating on a job interview can mean thousands of dollars lost over the course of a career. Potential employers will try to intentionally estimate a lower salary for future employees. Being aware of how, and when, to effectively negotiate can get job seekers a substantial raise, every time.

In Get More Money on Your Next Job...In Any Economy, author Lee Miller explains how readers can land more money on their next job offer, whether they are a recent college grad or an older worker that has recently been laid off. An update to the bestselling classic that's helped numerous employees receive salary increases in their current jobs, or when they were seeking new ones, this edition also includes various approaches to asking for a raise or negotiating when changing jobs.

Miller draws on his experience as the head of human resources at USA Networks, TV Guide and Barneys New York as well as being a Harvard trained employment lawyer. He shares principles that apply in every employment negotiation (regardless the state of the economy) and offers tactics that can be advantageous in various common situations.

Get More Money on Your Next Job...In Any Economy also explains:

- How to negotiate for more money, even if unemployed

- How to ask for, and get, a raise, even if people at your company are being laid off

- How to leverage a job offer to increase your salary, even if you don't have one

- How to avoid talking about money until the time is right

Get More Money on Your Next Job...In Any Economy, which also features a foreword written by best-selling career author Richard Bolles, ultimately teaches the currently employed how to keep a job in the event of restructuring, takeovers, or a boss getting fired. As well, job candidates will learn how to obtain the salary that they deserve.


Lee E. Miller is a Harvard Law School graduate and is currently the career columnist for the New Jersey Star Ledger. Miller is also an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University and Columbia. He teaches courses in Negotiating and Human Resources Management. Miller is the former Chair of the International Association of Corporate and Professional Recruiters and Secretary to the Union County Motion Picture Advisory Board.

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