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What prevents you from jumping ship is the commitment of your employer
to you. If they treat you well, give you a fair wage, and are committed
to retaining you, a higher salary should never be an issue. For, if you
are being treated fairly by your employer, how low would your salary be
such that someone else would offer you significantly more?
I'd say the jumping-ship thing is a red herring. I'd also offer that the
ability to manage one's personal finances, including fallout from
divorces, the economic downturn, etc., is not linked to being a good or
bad technical writer or employee.
From: Matt M. [mailto:justify73 -at- hotmail -dot- com]
>From an economic standpoint, I can see why some companies would want to
if you pay your bills on time. If you're the type of person who is deep
debt and/or has credit problems, what's to prevent you from jumping ship
the first company that dangles a higher salary in your face? Does poor
credit mean you'll leave at the first better offer? Of course not.
mean you can't do your job? Of course not.
This is purely speculative, of course, but I'd sure feel a lot more
comfortable if I knew I was hiring someone who's exercised some
responsibility in their private finances as well as their professional
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