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What is your hourly pay (only if you have 4-6 years in the calibration field)

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Author Topic: Pay Poll 4-6 years experience  (Read 6107 times)

Offline LarryH

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Pay Poll 4-6 years experience
« on: 10-25-2007 -- 02:55:56 »
There have been a lot of questions on this line, thought it would be good feedback for everyone to see what the going rate is.

Do NOT include overtime, night differential, etc.  Adjust to day shifts, 40 hour work week to keep it on an even comparison.
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Re: Pay Poll 4-6 years experience
« Reply #1 on: 10-25-2007 -- 09:14:50 »
Pay will vary greatly by cost of living. Contract pay I suspect is also higher because some may have the potential of not seeing a raise for a few years so they start it higher.

You might be better off to ask what would somebody expect in a commercial lab in a specific region or city.

I wouldn't ever work in a few places myself. There just isn't a reasonable amount of money to deal with certain issues
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Re: Pay Poll 4-6 years experience
« Reply #2 on: 10-25-2007 -- 09:22:14 »
Pay will vary greatly by cost of living. Contract pay I suspect is also higher because some may have the potential of not seeing a raise for a few years so they start it higher.

You might be better off to ask what would somebody expect in a commercial lab in a specific region or city.

I wouldn't ever work in a few places myself. There just isn't a reasonable amount of money to deal with certain issues

 I have found that DoD contract pay is lower that the average rate by $2 to $4 per hour less. Atleast in Georgia.
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Re: Pay Poll 4-6 years experience
« Reply #3 on: 10-25-2007 -- 17:26:45 »
Are asking about people with PMEL experience, or just OJT? That would make a big difference.

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Re: Pay Poll 4-6 years experience
« Reply #4 on: 10-25-2007 -- 21:46:56 »
Let's just go with "working in the trade".

 

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