The thing is, not talking openly about money can have a huge negative impact on your financial health. According to American Association of University Women, women are typically paid 80 percent of their male counterparts.“If women suffer from a gender pay gap, how do we close it without knowing that we have one, how much it is, how much we should be asking our boss for and what approaches worked for others in the past? In general, having a frank discussion about your finances can be a seriously good idea for just about, well, everyone.
The document also lists how CDC will contribute to reducing syphilis burden.
(April 25, 2017) News Archive STD Prevention Resources – Handout with links to CDC resources for healthcare providers, individuals, STD programs and community-based organizations.
“If you skip coffee every morning, think about what you’re aiming for,” says Doll.
“Maybe that means you can buy your dream house or go on vacation.”“One of the biggest mistakes I’ve seen people make is that they treat ‘getting a raise’ as a once a year exercise,” says Krawcheck.
(December 11, 2017) STD Prevention Allocation Consequences Estimator – A tool created for state and local sexually transmitted disease (STD) programs to estimate the impact of changes in their budgets.
But when it comes to money, a whole lot of us shy away from talking about it — with not just acquaintances at a party but the most important people in our lives.
(September 26, 2017) The Rising Tide of Syphilis: Coming to a Patient Near You – commentary from Dr.
Gail Bolan, DSTDP Director, addresses the nationwide syphilis increases and the specific actions clinicians can take to make a difference.
Then, schedule meetings each quarter to assess your progress.
If you are planning on asking your superior for more money, come prepared for your meeting by doing your research.
Krawcheck suggests looking at a site like or to get a general idea of what you should be making.