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Hospitality, teamwork, communication, interpersonal. Soft skills.
Develop the "art" of what you do. After entry, developing you technical side is unlikely to garner as much promotion as developing your leadership, communication, negotiation, values, judgement, problem solving, etc.
Communication. Breaking big/med problems into executable tasks, Setting metrics, hitting metrics, building team cohesion, humbleness, lead by example, accepting failure as a necessity. Just my $.02.
Soft skills will probably help more than anything, regardless of your profession or industry: http://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/six-soft-skills-everyone-needs-hot-jobs
Very depending on what you job title and responsibilities are... in general the more critical you make yourself to the core goals of the company the more leverage you have for a pay increase
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