A client uses software version 10 and wants to update to version 10.1. No one inside their company can do it. Their recruiter contacts a candidate and gives them a difficult time about not having the latest version. The candidate responds that the difference between the versions is minor, otherwise it would be version 11 and not just 10.1. The candidate is no longer interested. Soon the recruiter has contacted all possible candidates and treated them poorly. Unable to keep up in a competitive marketplace or pay candidates competitive rates, the client goes out of business. Their equipment and software is so old that it cannot be auctioned, only recycled. They got more money from their really neat, all cotton polo shirts. They were the latest version.
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