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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • well... (Score:3, Funny)

    by hfb (74) on 2002.01.21 17:07 (#3477) Homepage Journal

    but are you 30 years old, unemployed and going nowhere? :)

    Some people might want a job that pays in stock so you reconsider the listing since not everyone wants the same job. That job might look good to you in a month or two even.

    • Puke. Generally, stock-only jobs are reserved for VP's, board members, etc. This tells me it's a company without a lot of capital to their name (or a consulting firm), and not one that I would be my career on. Of course, I don't know the company or its history, but that's something you'll want to look into before considering any job.

      Then, there's the added disadvantage of capital gains hits. See the site below for more info if you're interested.

      http://www.guru.com/articles/qa.jhtml?article=478&c

  • I'm _under_ 30 and jobless. But I already got at least one unsolicited job offer which looks quite promising so far. And they pay with real money, even!

    As to the going nowhere, I'd have to disagree with that part.

    The (fairly recently added) jobs.perl.org policy is to require that jobs pay in cash. I actually just assumed that (foolish me) but recently spelled it out quite explicitly on the job posting page for would be employers.

    With the economy the way it is, jobs that pay in just stock seem even