Re: Average Hours Worked
I would appreciate any feedback on the average hours worked per week for
Right now -- zero hours a week.
Otherwise, as a salaried TW it really depends on the project -- I have seldom worked more than 40 hours a week, but sometimes at crunchtime have worked a little more than that. I had a short-term project a few years ago where I had to learn to be a tester, learn to write test scripts, then supervise ten usability testers. I worked 60 hours a week, but at least was being paid overtime!
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