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Response to cstanleytech (Reply #5)

Tue Mar 14, 2017, 10:49 PM

9. Perhaps it's because his job is riskier.

He has to take the rubble and do what he can with it. The company's demoralized and in distress.

Moreover, his stay there may be short. If he doesn't succeed, and it's unlikely anybody could, he'll be gone. He probably had to be bribed to come on over; if he succeeds, he'll cash in.

His job is harder than hers and is unstable. Both lead to bigger compensation packages.

(Then there's the matter of how his compensation is structured.)

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