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Want to Take a Major Chunk out of the Pay Gap? Stop Asking New Hires for Salary Histories

We've all been through the nerve-wracking endeavor of finding a new job. You have to jump through all the hoops: updating your resume, re-writing your cover letter, filling out countless job applications, networking to find the best fit, and then it gets real: the face-to-face interview. It's all part of the journey. But there's one part of the hiring process that is not only unnecessary, it can hurt a worker's pocketbook.
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