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(n the San Diego area, $35-$40 is a reasonably decent hourly rate,
especially if you are avoiding the defense-related work that seems to
make up the bulk of the available projects here. I billed my last
project at $50, but it was for a last-minute "beat the deadline" grant
submission and part of the payment was contingent on the proposal
passing its initial technical review (which it did).
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