A month later, armed with new skills, she got a job offer and negotiated a higher salary than she was first offered. She has since moved on to another job, with another negotiated pay increase — and now makes 17 percent more than she did less than two years ago. “It was a new confidence to be like, ‘I’m not going to take this anymore,’ ” Pare said. “I know I have value in the market. . . .

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