I would like to know if anyone had a potential employer verify their previous salaries?I've read several articles stating it's not a good idea to accept employment with a lower salary because it does not look good. However, I have never had an employer verify or check my previous salary? How would they know, unless I told them or brought in proof of income for them to see? Is this different in the nursing profession?I got a call for a community college RN position requesting that I apply again because they have a open position. I applied two years ago. It's a $ 13.00 dollar paycut for me. The salary is posted on their website. It would be an opportunity for me to get experience in employee health and I'm desperate to leave my current employer for numerous reasons. I'm hesitant to leave my "stable" position and take a chance for lower pay elsewhere. I would also be out of my comfort zone because I have not worked employee health or in a community college. If I accepted the job, and want to return to another nursing job, will accepting a lower paying position come back to haunt me. What would you do?