[UPHPU] Freelance Opportunity Starting ASAP
gshipley at gmail.com
Wed Dec 6 16:20:47 MST 2006
On 12/6/06, Mac Newbold <mac at macnewbold.com> wrote:
> Today at 5:23pm, Grant Shipley said:
> > On 12/6/06, Mac Newbold <mac at macnewbold.com> wrote:
> >> I may be off the mark, but if I remember accurately what the last
> >> recruiter told me they charged in a direct-hire scenario, it was something
> >> like 20-25% of the annual salary, which works out to something in the ball
> >> park of $10K, give or take a few thousand, for a lot of development hires
> >> in Utah.
> > um, given those number the average developer in Utah makes 50k or
> > below a year. I don't believe that is the case. And if it is the
> > case, maybe more developers should use recruiters to get better
> > salaries. :)
> Right, and 20-25% of 50K is 10K-12.5K. 20-25% of 40K is 8K-10K. That's
> about the range I was talking about. What part are you saying wasn't the
I didn't believe the average salary was 50k but I could be wrong.
> > Maybe the recruiters on the list can give us a good average for what
> > jobs are paying. I am a Sr. Java Developer and I would guestimate
> > (if I were looking for a job in the Utah area) I would be able to get
> > 90 - 115k a year.
> Yes, that would be interesting. Such a list would be most useful if it was
> especially clear about what employers are paying for the position and what
> employees are recieving for the position, since depending on whether the
> recruiter had helped set up a contract, contract-to-hire, or direct-hire
> deal, they would differ. The size of the company in question sometimes
> seems to have an effect on the pay, too, even if the job is the same.
> Mac Newbold MNE - Mac Newbold Enterprises, LLC
> mac at macnewbold.com http://www.macnewbold.com/
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