Do employers think comparing employees works - worked for someone who hired my brother earlier. I'm far more skilled/adept & yet kept being compared?

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The only thing my brother really had going for him working at this place is he's a people pleaser. I am more experienced, more skilled, and more confident.

After fed up to the point I didn't give a shit about the job within a month my parting text was I got job offers my brother never would (which is true, my brother only got where he is by name dropping). When I left I told one of the other department managers I quit his response was an immediate damn... my brother likely never heard damn when he quit after 2 years working there.
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Do employers think comparing employees works - worked for someone who hired my brother earlier. I'm far more skilled/adept & yet kept being compared?
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