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I was just reading a question where a person who had excellent qualifications for their age was offered low compensation because other people in his age-group have similar compensation(I am talking about an age in which most people are fresh graduates). The candidate in question had already worked at a previous job and had had a decent salary, but the interviewers weren't prepared to pay what he expected.
That got me thinking: in such cases the candidate may think "enough of this BS" and want to walk out. Whatever he may have said to the interviewers, they wouldn't help realizing that the candidate wanted to walk out at one point, and soon did so.
My question is: will this have any significant impact on later interviews for the candidate? If so, what should his course of action have been then?