What to Do About an Embarrassing Blip on Your Salary History

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Your transition to a lower paying full-time position with health benefits to cover your important surgery was the right decision. Why? Because if you don't have your health, you don't have nothin'. So getting this health issue resolved was important—and the benefit you received from your current employer was material. But it sounds like there were some other financial and career trade-offs with your decision—particularly with regard to your salary.

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  • Judith Happe, Esq.

    Commencing in October 2017, in New York City, employers will no longer be allowed to ask salary history. cnn.com/2017/05/04/news/economy/salary-history-new-york-law/index.html

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