"How much did you make in your last job?"
It's a question most people would rather skip over in a job interview.
Now New Yorkers might be able to do just that — permanently.
The New York City Council passed public advocate Letitia James's bill Wednesday, banning public and private employers from asking candidates about their previous salaries during the hiring process and taking a job candidate's pay history under consideration when coming up with a new salary offer.
Candidates can still offer...