It was January of 1969, and The Beatles were a mess. The recording of an album tentatively titled ‘Get Back' was meant to be a ‘back to the basics' return to their roots, but personal problems between the Beatles escalated and culminated in George Harrison's walking out on the band.
How does length of career and size of compensation affect the length of the hunt for TheLadders’ customers?
How does time in the work force affect compensation for members of TheLadders? And how much do years and salary prolong their job searches?
According to TheLadders’ data, members at the high end of the experience range – 15 years or more – earn significantly more than their less-experienced peers. Ultimately, however, it is higher salary expectations that extend the job search rather than long work histories.