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I've simply never heard of employers overpaying employees if the company has extra money. There might be isolated incidents where it has happened, but it is certainly not standard practice.

but you're also talking about 'average' -- not relevant here.

employees with unique, special skills and experience can negotiate for higher pay

think CEOs, TomCruise, NFL quarterbacks ....

[not something i could ever do.
my whole working life: choices were
This HERE job, or
unemployed for god knows how long
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