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I wouldn't worry about it. If you need a job, you get a job. Salary is not an issue here. In fact when I interview I tend to not want to discuss salary. As I tell them, I don't want to talk about money as it tends to get in the way of finding if we are a match for the position.

You said you lack experience. Well here is the opportunty to get some! Remember you are not wed to the position. This is not like the 1950s where you hired into a company and retired from that company.

Executives have taught us that employment is no longer guaranteed. Put in your time and if a better opportunity comes, you take it!

Good luck


In reply to Re: Moral Dilemma by Marza
in thread Moral Dilemma by Anonymous Monk

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