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It's usually first order of business for anything contract or consulting. For
direct-hire, the more interesting I find the position and the company, the more
willing I am to push it off to the end.
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From: "Keith Hood" <klhra -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Well, I'll never leave it to the end after a phone call I had last week. A
recruiter called me and wanted to know if I was interested in a job yada yada
yada. We spoke for about 20 minutes before he finally revealed the pay rate was
$21 an hour on a 1099. From now on I'll try to be tactful about it but
discussing the pay comes first.
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