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Okay. Am suspicious. Salaried folks tend not to know what their hourly
rate is, and then they tend not to talk in units of hours.
But, okay, as a salary with benefits included and holidays, okay, sounds fair.
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 14:04:17 -0400, Goldstein, Dan
<dgoldstein -at- deustech -dot- com> wrote:
> Read it again. He was offered $40/hour as a _salary_, not as a contract.
> That's approximately $80,000/year. I think your lawn guy makes less than
> that (though your plumber might make more).
Remember, this is online. Take everything with a mine of salt and a grin.
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