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June 1999, Week 2


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Tom Williams <[log in to unmask]>
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Tom Williams <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 10 Jun 1999 15:03:11 -0500
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I don't think there is any rule on the listserv requiring a salary
range.  However, it is certainly preferable and when I see postings with
no salary range I do not even forward them on.

There IS a minimum salary or salary range required to post in the job
section of the MLA News and on the MLA Listserv.


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On Thu, 10 Jun 1999, roumiana katzarkov wrote:

> Dear medlibers,
> I would appreciate if you can refresh my memory about position
> announcement without salary range being disclosed. Wasn't it among the
> rules of the listserv that you have to include the salary range?
> I went even a step further - as advised I called the Human Resources, but
> they refused to disclose the salary information - no salary info until I
> get there for an interwiew. What I am wondering is how you can apply for a
> job without knowing the pay. Are we that desparate? Or, maybe this is a
> common practice? It will help if you share your thoughts.
> As always thankful for your input.
> Roumiana Katzarkov
> Information Specialist
> USC Norris Medical Library