RE: Tight economy/fewer positions
My guess would be $12/hour, no benefits, and you
have to be the receptionist, too. heh.
That sounds like the job I interviewed for last week! Actually, they were willing to pay a little over $20 an hour for SDK development, editing of marketing material, user guides, and receptionist in my spare time.
I decided to hold out for a better offer.
Diane Evans, still trying after all these weeks.
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