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ryanbyrd at gmail.com
Thu Feb 15 20:40:55 MST 2007
Irrespective of your reasons for working, a job interview is a negotiation.
How much money you end up working for largely depends on your actions during
that exercise. If you want to be employed for peanuts in order to convince
others that you definitely don't work for money, that's certainly a
prerogative. Plus, it frees up money for the rest of us.
On 2/15/07, Levi Pearson <levi at cold.org> wrote:
> "Ryan Byrd" <ryanbyrd at gmail.com> writes:
> > Well now that's just silly. What kind of automatons just want to work
> > the thrill? That's something sort of stupid. You work for money.
> Well now that's just silly. What kind of automatons just want to work
> for the money? That's something sort of stupid. You work to support
> yourself and your family, and to get satisfaction from working on
> something that you find fulfilling.
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