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I wouldn't give someone advice like this without knowing
that person's situation, i.e., what the job is and what the
rate is compared to the rest of the local market. The OP
said the rate was "negotiated," not that it was what the
client offered, and I wouldn't want to tell someone to pass
on the job if the negotiated rate was already 50% higher
than the local average.
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From: "Patricia Egan" <capdev -dot- communications -at- gmail -dot- com>
> This list is giving you good advice, based on experience.
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