I didn't realize my statement would be so taken out of meaning. I'm
serious. There are alot of factors to discover. I meant what I said. Why
do you think they ask "what are your salary needs?" Single vs. attached
really makes a difference.
I know very few singles that refuse a job just because they can get it
higher somewhere else so the employer raises the price. Although
increasingly not true, the single is young, inexperienced, has no
attachments, no skills, may or may not have too many bills because they have
no concept of money. A Single is more likely to take the lower job because
he needs less and is more qualified in the lower position.
I speak from experience. Because I am single, and inexperienced employers
look at me differently from the older guys. I can survive on 16,000 a year
(though that is not preferred) A guy with wife and kids does not. There is
more to a pay package if the guy has a family because of things like
insurance, (I used to pay 18 a wk. on a certain plan a guy with a family
I think my original point was to indicate that there are many factors used
as decisions/bargaining chips when hiring. Even If I am unskilled in one
factor I may be valuable because of past experience.
I still feel Like I am digging a pit of misunderstanding.
"Violin playing and Woodworking are similar, it takes plenty of money,
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