(function() { var cookie = 'rebelmouse_abtests='; cookie += '; Max-Age=0'; document.cookie = cookie + '; Path=/; SameSite=None; Secure'; })();

Dear Experts, I've been working at a company for 2 years and have paid to park every single day. I got my first promotion a few weeks ago that includes a salary raise and a new office. However, I didn't get a parking spot in the company parking lot. Others in my position own this sort of privilege. I'm not sure if they've forgotten to give me a spot or if they don't have enough money in their budget to afford it. Is it unprofessional or rude to ask what the deal is? Here is how our CAREEREALISM-Approved Experts answered this question on Twitter: Q#376 Are you the only one? If so, you're doing it wrong. If not, you should have negotiated better. (@beneubanks) Q#376 No askee no getee. Nicely inquire if you will now be able to park in the company lot as part of the promotion. (@DebraWheatman) Q#376 Ask about policy re parking spaces, when you will get one. Take action, let go of results & resentment. (@juliaerickson) Q#376 It never hurts to ask. Just be courteous and don't make it about status within the company. (@gradversity) Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

Learn how to land a career you love

Understanding your target audience is critical as this information will define every strategy you execute. This article will go over what a target audience is, the importance of a target audience, and the difference between a target market vs. a target audience with examples.

SHOW MORE Show less

One of the greatest struggles in life is finding your passion—the one thing that lights up your soul more than anything else. Society often tells us we should tie our passion to a job, something we can make a career out of and support ourselves on. The reality is that finding your passion and pursuing it is much deeper than that.

SHOW MORE Show less

If the stress of juggling school, work, and family is making life difficult, you are not alone. According to a recent study on college employment, 43% of the nation's full-time college undergraduates and 81% of part-time undergraduates worked while getting a degree. Not surprisingly, time shortage is one of the biggest reasons for students dropping out before completing their degree. So how do you make sure that you stay the course?

SHOW MORE Show less

Latest