Reasonable Consulting Fee? - reply
robinl at NAIT.AB.CA
Sun Dec 1 16:29:40 CST 1996
I think this is getting out of hand. Sure, you can "get" such a figure
by multiplying hours, days and weeks, but there are few of us that have
even part of a day to "give" or "sell", so 3- or even 4-figures might be
normal. I cannot speak for Diana Horton, but when she asked the first
question, I think that 6-figure earnings did not even cross her mind.
Even so, at $500/h in the US for lawyers, we identifiers are not even in
On Mon, 2 Dec 1996, Steve Shattuck wrote:
> How do you get a 6-figure income?
> At $50/hr, that's $400 for an 8-hour day, $2000 for a 5-day week, and
> $104,000 for a 52-week year.
> That's how you get a 6-figure income.
> At a salary of $60,000 per year, that's $1154 per week, $231 per day, and
> $28.75 per hour.
> Sure, if you only work on IDs part time then you make a lot less. And no
> one works every day of the year. But the rate is still up there.
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