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Aaron Gouveia

Aaron Gouveia has worked as the Content Manager of Salary.com since 2011. Prior to that, he was an award-winning journalist at several prominent New England newspapers.

Articles By Aaron Gouveia

  • Work and Home No Longer Balance, They Blend

    Rudy Karsan, CEO of Kenexa, talks to Aaron and Wendy about the significant implications engagement has on employees and businesses. With smartphones and the Internet, the days of punching a time clock and leaving your work at the door when … Read more...

  • How Introverts Can Get Noticed and Get Ahead at Work

    Are you shy at work? Timid? Is your fear of group meetings and public speaking overwhelming? If so, you might be an introvert and your shy nature and aversion of the spotlight is likely holding you back from that raise or promotion. Nancy … Read more...

  • TV Star Mike Rowe Talks Dirty Jobs

    Mike Rowe, star of the hit TV show "Dirty Jobs," knows a thing or two about work. He's had more than 300 jobs over the last seven years, ranging from making bricks to castrating sheep. So who better for Wendy and Aaron to talk to than a guy … Read more...

  • Why Women Don't Negotiate

    We all know men are paid more than women on average. But part of the reason for that is women negotiate far less often than men. Linda Babcock, author of "Women Don't Ask: The High Cost of Avoiding Negotiation--and Positive Strategies for … Read more...

  • Voice Actor Jennifer Hale

    You might not recognize Jennifer Hale's name or picture, but if you're into animated television shows and especially video games, Hale's voice is instantly recognizable. Also known as female Commander Shepard in the Mass Effect trilogy, … Read more...

  • How to Look and Act Like a Millionaire Even If You're Not

    Like it or not, money is power. And if you want to be included in powerful circles, you need to look and act the part. But how can you look and act like a millionaire without the millions? Enter Vicky Oliver, whose brand new book "The … Read more...

  • MTV Animation Director and Simpsons Storyboard Artist

    Brad Ableson spent 15 years as an animator and storyboard artist for The Simpsons. That means when Homer dishes out his patented "Why you little---" and starts to throttle his mischievous son Bart, there's a good chance it was Ableson who … Read more...

  • How to Keep Your Cool When Emotions and Stakes Are High

    Have you ever felt ambushed during a business meeting? Or have you either clammed up or lashed out at a boss when unexpected criticisms come your way during a performance review? If so, chances are you were in a "Crucial Conversation." And … Read more...

  • Get Paid What You're Worth

    Why is it so important to negotiate salary following a job offer? There are millions of reasons. Literally. On this week's podcast, Aaron and Wendy talk to Robin Pinkley, who says people who don't negotiate salary could miss out on between … Read more...

  • Use Personal Branding to Get Hired and Stand Out In a Crowd

    Figure out what you're good at, maximize your strengths and create your authentic personal brand to get hired. William Arruda, a branding expert and author of "Career Distinction: Stand Out By Building Your Brand," says the only way to … Read more...