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What is the average hourly rate for a computer consultant?
it depends on what the computer problem is....usually about $100 to $150 dollars an hour or whatever the consultant decides the rate will be since a computer consultant fixes and diagnoses a wide range of computer problems.....that includes home computer repair to office computer repair.....
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In 2011, top scale between $30-31 per hour Understand, however, that this is a very difficult, high-stress, physical job. The trucks are not air conditioned and the package …area can reach temps of 130+ degrees in the summer. A typical route can include delivery/pickup of 400-700 packages to 130-200 different addresses regardless of traffic or weather conditions. The hours are long, with a typical 5-day work week averaging 50+ hours. Overtime isn't voluntary - you must continue working until you have completed your work, and each day you are met with production numbers detailing everything you did and how it measures up to what is expected. Those expected performance numbers, while nearly impossible to achieve in the real world, are nevertheless your lifeline to keeping your job (or not.) The job is best suited for single folks without families who are in good physical shape and who plan to use the job as a stepping stone to another career. Few drivers make it long enough to retire.
Any decent self employed electrician should get at least $ 75.00 per hour including travel time and material pick up time. Estimate time should be free.
I own a remodeling company in Massachusetts and recently branched out into Handyman Services to build the client base and better service my past remodel customers. The a…verage rate in my area is $50 - $85 per hour with two hour minimums. I charge $88 for the first hour and $58 for each additional hour with a two hour minimum. One point that has to be made on rates is overhead. Insurances, advertising, gasoline, vehicle maintenance, tools replacement and maintenance are all built in to this. Let's not forget making a fair profit to the business. I hope this will help everyone to understand what a fair rate is and to always request references and make sure you call the references! Ed MacFarlane www.eddiemacs.com
Hourly rates for cabinetmakers, also called shop rates, vary by quality of work and location. Typically, between $60 and $85 per hour. At our shop, The Hat Factory Furniture C…o., we base our work on a shop rate of $75 per hour, which covers labor, overhead and insurance.
About $23/hour ($45000/year).
My Physical Therapist, JOrdan, charges $275 a session. A session includes about an hour strength training, an hour aerobic training, 40 minutes strecthing and isometrics… with the tech, about 45 minutes of massage, ice packing, and 20 minutes with the TENS unit. I get about 3 sessions a week. Insurance covers all but the co-pay.
At my last company as a Functional Consultant, I was billed out at $140 an hour. My salary was a little less than half that per year.
i would probably offer around 5 to 10 dollars...it also depends on who u are babysitting __________________________ The above answer seems to have been submitted by a child…/teen. Babysitting, like any variable time job should require being paid on an hourly basis or on a lump sum basis that accounts for time, travel, etc. I don't have stats, but a babysitter should get paid around $10/hour at a minimum. This would be for basic "stay at my house while my kid sleeps" services. An active sitter that runs errands, entertains, cares for well being of child should expect more as this is a skilled, specialized service. 5 bucks is well below minimum wage, and is simply ridiculous. No ones time is worth that little, especially when they are responsible for a family's child and home. A babysitter should make $5/h and $6/h for every hour after midnight. Although this will very per child that you are watching and how long you have to watch them for. Like when they go to bed could affect your rate of pay. The hourly rate for babysitting varies widely. I came across one woman who wanted to pay $5.00 an hour for someone who would not only watch her kids but entertain them. I've also known babysitters who've taken care of several kids for $12-15 per hour. One resource you could check that offers upscale, background screened babysitters is http://www.elitefamilycare.com Hi, I saw your post and wanted to show you this tool. It's the Care.com babysitter calculator. It basically averages the pay of all the sitters in your area (by zip code) based on the number of kids. http://www.care.com/child-care-babysitter-pay-calculator-p1140.html It may be a good starting point to start negotiations! Good luck! I am pretty sure that the average babysitting rate in Ohio is 8 dollars.
Don't know what the average rate is (which is why I found this post), but I just paid $135 - but that may include some travel time.
$11.00 an hour
The Average runs about $63 an hour starting out
between £15 - £25 an hour depending on what area of the country you're in
all i know is the yearly wage is estimated $77,000
That depends on a number of factors including: - the type of model/modeling - the client's budget - whether the model has an agent or is freelance - the market/locatio…n - whether the project is on a local or national scale Top clients hire models for hundreds of dollars an hour, while others pay a flat rate for the day, which can range from a few hundred to a few thousand.