If you are going to make decisions, you must include all the relevant information.
It’s impossible to make a good decision on purpose if you are missing key information. You may have luck and end up with a good result, but it’s not repeatable. People are wary of politicians, sales people, and anyone who is trying to change other’s behavior. This is smart to be wary – caveat emptor – buyer beware, don’t be deceived.
Buy what if you are the one deceiving yourself?
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If you are job hunting and unsure of whether to disclose your salary history on the application, read this.
My contract got cancelled.
It happens. Well, it happened to me, and a bunch of other people I work with. Everyone is now scrambling to update our resumes, or CVs as I prefer to call them (curriculum vitae – roughly Latin for “the course of my life“), and secure new jobs within the company, or elsewhere.
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