Ok, really, are we "salaried"? That is unless you believe in fairies and the $455 weekly wage.

home | blog | Terrible people and places | Covid-19 links | Teh Internet | guest blog |rants | placeholder | political | projects | Gwen and Liam | Citadel patched | Tools | Scouts

So, I must have a different definition of salaried than most job posts these days.
Choice bits from a post I found (not the freedom vs asks from the employer)...
management skills.
Your position will involve working directly with (i.e. not managing!)
you’ll be part of an amazing team of very talented people... (i.e. not in charge of them)...
Assisting clients...
EDUCATION: BS or Masters degree in Computer Science, IT Systems, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering,
or related field plus a minimum of 4 years of related experience (Level II) or 8 years (Level III).
Masters degree in the above fields may substitute for 3 years of experience.
On the flip side, they will consider how much you are worth and...
Telecommuting not permitted. Daily start schedules can be flexible.

Screw all you who follow the the abandonment of the Fair Labor Act - and agree with:
Currently, salaried employees who are paid more than $455 a week can be deemed “managers” even
if they have little in the way of supervisory duties. They therefore become ineligible
to be paid at higher overtime rates if they work more than 40 hours per week.
This includes the NASA contractor where I found the key bits of this post!
Shame on you for not at least:
Makes me sick.