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I fail to understand your comparison. If you read a job advertisement
that has something in it you don't want to do or that lists a very low
salary, do you see not applying for that advertisement as the same as
being excluded? I don't think so.
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Not applying for a position has pretty much the same result as being
excluded or low-balled. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. If a
employer isn't smart enough to realize that a past salary is not
a predictor of what someone will or won't accept in the present, I
won't want to work there anyway.
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