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1) I've addressed this in the past by saying that I did not feel that the propscts for future growth within the company were in a direction that I desired. If pressed for details, spell out your career path (give just one) and compare it with the company for which you are interviewing and make theirs look more attractive.

2) Clearly, they place little value on their employees. Anyone who can flippantly change their pay rates like that didn't value me as an employee. I don't want to work for an organization that puts such a low value on getting and retaining good quality people, and is only willing to put forth an effort to retain them when they walk.
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