Elizabeth seemed like a nice lady, but she was an hour late for her interview and after she finally did arrive told me that she wanted $60 more per day than I had listed in the ad she was applying for. I suggest you figure out salary with her before wasting your time.
Posted:06:18 PM, Sep 05, 2012
I'm sorry I was late, but I let you know and you said it was alright since your house is 85 miles away from mine and there was traffic, making it too far for me, and considering the size of your house. Believe me I wouldn't have asked for a higher price if it weren't for those two things, and I'm sorry my wage was too high for you. Wish you and your family all the best of luck.
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