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  1. Responding to Rachel Zupek’s article on what not to say in the workplace – only when employees freely discuss salaries can employers lose power. requiring employees to keep salaries confidential insures that employees cannot learn the prevailing wage for their skills. i advocate free and open discussions of salaries.

  2. Concerning Zupek’s article asserting that thousands of jobs are going unfilled because most Americans don’t have any talent, I believe the real problem is employers are unwilling to compensate people for their skills. They want to pay minimum wage salaries so they get minimum wage applicants. I know dozens of people with Ed. degrees and others with CDL’s but don’t work in the field because the wages are so low they can’t afford it.

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