on an hourly basis? $35.09
$21.57 an hour. I couldn't bleeding believe it either. Only had that job for a few weeks. Man.
13 dollars a hour
$1,600 for two days work.
I don't think sharing salary information makes a lot of sense. You wouldn't know what the person's job was .. or how long they had it .. where they live, etc. The numbers will really mean very little.
70$/ hour as a private medical patient transporter
It wasn't what I wanted and yes it was okay. At least someone works and gets by.
When I was working freelance as a Graphic designer, I was on 350 a day at the very least.
It's all about job satisfaction apparently
Highest was $250/hour .... when I was consulting ... that was a great contract .... normal ranged between $60/hr and $100/hr ....
My wage when I retired was $27.00 per, plus 1 1/2 wage for overtime, plus benefits. This was a skilled trades wage rate. It was a result if months of technical training, beginning in the military, updated periodicly. I am nothing special. Anyone could have done it.
$300/day as a bank courior
Funny, I haven't made a wage in 20 some years. Actually needed to calculate, because I had no idea what I make per hour. Most of my bills are monthly, so I view things in that context. But with salary and bonuses it is about $90/hr. Wow that sure beats my first job where I made $3.35/hr at Taco Bell. Funny thing is I don't feel 30 times richer.
I was making $35 per hour (roughly) doing tiling....I was paid per job, but it worked out to be about that...
$8.50 an hour..... 4 years back
I occasionally make up to 50$ an hour, but its usually 25./per, plus profits.
i was billed at $375 an hour for a while. The company got 60% off the top.
$167.15 per hour in consultant fees.