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|Subject: Re: Lost Decade Recap||Date: 12/11/2010 4:44 PM|
|Author: Rocannon||Number: 4919 of 5088|
What do you mean by "Multivalue" developers?
Last couple of rates I got were around $60/h (this was 2007-08), for temp-to-perm positions though. I was always very open to contract jobs, but couldn't find them or the rates were awful. I liked the idea of contract work because I felt like it would expose me to a lot of different work environments and keep me from getting bored/annoyed.
I guess rates must vary a lot depending on your specialty and domain, too.
But if you ar willing to go anywhere, I'm pretty sure you can find something. When you have gaps with no work, that's the fun part when you can goof off.
I've always been willing to go anywhere, and have moved for almost every new job I've taken. It's a pain to move (hence the RV angle is attractive), but I like getting to try out new cities.
The problem with the gaps is that