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Once again, Seth has a great and timely post on Salaries.
Gives us more fodder regarding the Salary negotiation discussion. I love the notion of salaries as a signalling mechanism.
What should you do when the market is broken? Great question!
Posted on March 23, 2009 at 11:36 AM in Strategic Concerns | Permalink
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