The second sentence of the article's first paragraph features an obvious error. It should be either should a job seeker lower or should job seekers lower. If the latter then expectation needs an S at the end. It's a sign both of poor proofreading and of what's to come for the rest of "Managing salary expectations" in 24 hours Vancouver on January 31, 2011. Next up,
is a baffling use of an where a is required. Does decision begin with a vowel sound? Not even close. Next up,
more nonsense. Seriously, that sentence makes no sense whatsoever. The easiest fix is to get rid of the opening In. Finally,
unless I'm behind on the times and on a date certain is a new and accepted phrase, then date and certain need to be swapped. Click an image to enlarge it.
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