MS is looking for a software engineer to boost Xbox One's performance

#11Engineer-samaPosted 5/7/2014 7:26:48 AM
And nobody answered how much they pay...

If you want people to take your job offer seriously, you should at let them see how much their effort is worth.
#12bob15xPosted 5/7/2014 7:27:30 AM
where does it say they are looking to boost performance other than the title.

sounds like they are hiring someone. It could be to replace someone that left.
#13MonicasBackPosted 5/7/2014 7:28:07 AM
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.
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#14Blade_KirbyPosted 5/7/2014 7:31:51 AM
MonicasBack posted...
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.


QFT.
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#15xxnogamerxxPosted 5/7/2014 7:35:41 AM
Its amazing that you Sony fans flock to these threads every single time. I'm pretty sure some of you guys have mild psychosis at this point.
#16MRL3G3NDPosted 5/7/2014 7:41:23 AM
Microsoft is a software company...they believe all things can be fixed through coding...

Sony is a hardware company...

Just gonna leave you with that
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#17Engineer-samaPosted 5/7/2014 7:42:50 AM
MonicasBack posted...
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.


If a guy makes $10k a month writing script. Why would he waste time applying for a job that possibly pays less.

Post your pay in your job offer, you save potential appliers the trouble of asking and filter out those with jobs that pay more.
#18MetroidFan9999Posted 5/7/2014 7:46:29 AM
Engineer-sama posted...
MonicasBack posted...
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.


If a guy makes $10k a month writing script. Why would he waste time applying for a job that possibly pays less.

Post your pay in your job offer, you save potential appliers the trouble of asking and filter out those with jobs that pay more.


If you are at this level, you are already researching similar pay for comparable job titles and area. You most likely know the estimated pay.

And you take this with you, to negotiate with.

If you haven't negotiated/researched salary before when hired in, you are doing it entirely wrong in this day and age.
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#19kyncaniPosted 5/7/2014 8:15:31 AM
wake_me_420 posted...
i.e. "We've run out of ideas on how to get parity on this thing. Is there anyone out there who can help. You're our only hope."

jk jk don't flame


Sell PS4 with a Xbox One sticker on it ?

There, you get a more powerful Xbox One and it will be cheaper as well !
#20MonicasBackPosted 5/7/2014 8:16:56 AM
Engineer-sama posted...
MonicasBack posted...
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.


If a guy makes $10k a month writing script. Why would he waste time applying for a job that possibly pays less.

Post your pay in your job offer, you save potential appliers the trouble of asking and filter out those with jobs that pay more.


Engineer-sama posted...
MonicasBack posted...
Good jobs don't post salary in the job description, lol. This isnt a McDs job.




If a guy makes $10k a month writing script. Why would he waste time applying for a job that possibly pays less.

Post your pay in your job offer, you save potential appliers the trouble of asking and filter out those with jobs that pay more.


Why would they post the pay when all good paying jobs have a negotiated salary? That would be showing your hand too early. Besides, if you are at that level you know what ballpark the pay would be in anyways.
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