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>The news was good -- rates are up in most areas of the
>country. The average rate (nationwide -- you'll have to get
>the survey for details) for independents was $45.36, and for
>subcontractors was $36.32. Things are looking up for
>subcontractors -- but I'd like to see the independent rates
>coming up a bit.
Nice to know, but what are the rates for in-house TWs?
My manager keeps talking about what a *wonderful* salary I'm getting. I'd
like some hard numbers to suggest that wonderful is actually a bit higher.
"I hate quotations!" Wolf Lahti
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson Bow, Washington
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