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Man asks if he was wrong to leave interview when employer wouldn't disclose salary.

Man asks if he was wrong to leave interview when employer wouldn't disclose salary.

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Finding a well-paying job is harder than pushing a camel through a small hole or whatever the saying is. So if you have a specific set of skills that you know is of great value, why compromise for an employer?

When a young man eager to join the workforce was upfront about his expectations, he was met with anger and harrassment from an employer and a recruiter. His crime? Asking what the salary is for a job he was literally interviewing for.

So shocked by the turn of events, he decided to consult the Am I The As*hole forum on Reddit to see if he was really on the right side of history. Here is the post with glorious hand-picked responses:

"AITA (Am I the as*hole) for walking out of an interview when they would not disclose a salary to me?"

I'm getting mixed messages about this and a variety of opinions. Last year, I graduated with my degree in computer science. Since then, I worked on contract for a company that has been fairly ok, but not one I plan to try and start a career with. Since my contract ends in a month I've been looking for full time work.

Sources: Reddit
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