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Old 05-18-2013, 01:38 PM
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I think the problem is THEM telling YOU what they are going to pay instead of the other way around. 23/hour is not enough. By the time you calculate in your gas, use of equipment, insurance, travel time, etc etc you're earning peanuts. If you're in the position to be able to tell them what price you were thinking I would tell them 300. If it is your honest mistake, you can tell them 140 is fine, but from now on it would have to be 300. Don't get stuck working for nothing all season. Nip it in the bud even if it means not earning much this first time.
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