Re: Common practice? WAS: How To: Tactfully deal with salary questions in TW job interviews?
From my experience, a good percentage of agencies are out there tofarm out work to anyone who will take it for a low-ball bid. These
types of agencies don't care how complex the work is, or how qualified
the candidates they send out to do the work are. They just like the
fact that a company is paying them $150/hr to staff a position and
they got some neophyte with a nice looking skills list to take the
contract for $30/hr (or less).
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