August 4, 2003
Crain's New York Business
by Margaret Jaworski
High salaries, says Mr. Alagappan, attract talented people who would otherwise follow different career paths. His theory seems to resonate. This year, 900 people applied for positions at Advantage Testing. He hired five.
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