Same, I read and respond to all recruiter messages that don't look automated.
Remote options without a cost of living skewed wage is important too. It doesn't matter if I live in a high cost city or not, my work product costs what I and the market consider fair.
Honest question - are there any companies that don't skew wages for cost of living? I haven't actively looked for remote positions but from what I saw it seemed to be a standard, even at respected places like Github and Mozilla.
I'm curious if this is perceived as a red flag for remote employees or a standard best practice that you disagree with.
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