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usertaken12

From my experiences its more like: if you do more than you're paid for, eventually you'll be asked to constantly do more than you're paid

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kuccio

if you think this way you should change job, maybe do something you like, and still try to get paid more, but you should enjoy your work, if you don't, it's the wrong job.

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porcodio313

Im a student mechanical engineer at a steel construction company. I already have a diploma so have some experience. Im just pulling work to myself so others have less work, so we can accept more work (small company, 4 office staff, including me, and 15 workshop workers).. im only workjng there for 4 months now, and they already cant do without me

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grumpy_bored

They'll just say "thanks for working over" and then leave for the day

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riggityniggity

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lala_txt

Yes, work your ass off, peasant.

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ashryasrinick

This motivational quotes are full of SHIT. Quotes that are made from "successful" and management level people to make their employees work harder. "Customers are always right" etc...

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bjorgsen

Actually this is good advice. If you are a beginner you could do more than you're paid for. Your customer might suggest you to other people. You might learn things on the way. Of course this works only if you something you love. I designed stuff for people for free because I liked it. I liked seeing my designs displayed and used. I didn't care about money. I learned a lot along the way.

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surprisedorito

I see it like this. Make them dependent on you and when the time has come, you must demand more salary and if they don’t want to give it to you just leave. The damage you cause, the space you leave will be so great they often times will pay you the rise. This requires that you have options at hand. If they say no.

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kmoosmann

Loved my job, did this all the time. Didn't mind. Barely work now, I basically hand out advice from time to time and shoot a few mails. Making more money than ever. Although I still wouldn't call it a universal truth. Entirely depends on the circumstances.

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