[TriLUG] How much could a penguin make...
23 Sep 2002 09:27:51 -0400
This is mostly for fun... Also want to assure myself I haven't forgotten
how to work outside the corporate environs.
I've already agreed on some terms with him, largely quid pro quo.
I was just interested that upon being asked "what's fair?" I had no idea
of how to answer that.
I figured that there were those in TriLUG that would have some sage
advice. Hadn't thought of the picture taking. That's a *really* good
Jon... if you *always* get those overquoted jobs, things must really be
looking up. :)
As always, thanks!
On Mon, 2002-09-23 at 08:14, Jon Carnes wrote:
> It really depends on the market (or what you want to charge). The
> current market is fairly light. In general I charge:
> $60/hr on-site
> $40/hr remote work
> $25/hr maintenance, log reporting
> But if I don't want the job, I'll as much as double my rates (and of
> course, those are the ones you *always* get!).
> On Sun, 2002-09-22 at 23:25, Chris Knowles wrote:
> > ... If a penguin could make money?
> > I'm about to embark on doing some work for a sometime business
> > acquaintance, and I have no idea what the going rate for computer
> > services are.
> > I've been (Trapped/Employed/Wanking) in the same job for several years,
> > and so have lost touch with things.
> > What are the ranges of hourly rates for doing things like setting up a
> > company's Mail server/Web server/Firewall?
> > When he asked me what I thought a fair rate was, I basically had to tell
> > him I'd get back to him. done a little poking around on the web, but
> > what I'm finding there are either a) obviously old or b) hideously high.
> > Anyway, thanks for your insight/advice/limitless-greed.
> > CJK
> > _______________________________________________
> > TriLUG mailing list
> > http://www.trilug.org/mailman/listinfo/trilug
> > TriLUG Organizational FAQ:
> > http://www.trilug.org/~lovelace/faq/TriLUG-faq.html
> TriLUG mailing list
> TriLUG Organizational FAQ: