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ASP.NET developer contractor rate in San Francisco

Posted on 2007-11-17
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I am a mid - senior level ASP.NET developer looking for contract work in San Francisco. If I were to work as an employee of an IT staffing/recruiting firm how much per hour can I (mid-senior level) expect in SF? Please give as much insights on this type of contract work (preferably insights on contract work in SF) as possible. For example, what do I need to know about this type of work? What do I need to know about the staffing firm? What are the interviewing processes like? How much can I expect?
Would like to hear from someone who has done this type of contract in SF or someone from IT staffing/recruiting firm.

Insignts from someone who has done similar contract work or from an IT staffing firm would be really helpful.
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by:Alan Warren
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Hi askanyquestions123,
pull up a local online newspaper and check out the 'positions vacant section for jobs pertaining to 'asp.net programming'

That should give you a good insight to what the market can bear in regard to salaries.

Alan
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by:askanyquestions123
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Could you please provide a detailed answer than that.
I am not just looking at salaries.
Please go through my question again and provide the additional details also.
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Alan Warren earned 500 total points
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Hi askanyquestions123,
I didn't post my comment as a proposed solution to your question, it was simply a comment that I felt may assist you in your pursuit of a solution.

Alan ";0)
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Could someone provide a better answer.
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