ver responded to me or were looking for much more money then my clients were allowing us to pay.....it seems as if there is a big pendulum that swings back and forth, based on the economy, to where the candidates looking for work have the upper hand in negotiations and where the clients have the upper hand when it comes to opportunities and rates, although mabye saying upper hand when times are tight is not a good analogy. I like it when the pendulum is in the middle but that rarely seems to happen......
won't be that good! Any input is highly appreciated.... I have some of the positions and the salary company is willing to pay;
Forms Sales Trainee - Lower 20s
Accounting Specialist - Lower to mid 30s
Software Developer - Mid 20s to lower 40s
Manufacturer Integration Project Specialist - Lower to mid 30s
Software Implementation Consultant - Mid 30s to mid 40s
Technical Writing Specialist - Lower to mid 30s
Custom Forms Programmer - Upper 20s
Inside Sales - Lower 30s plus commission
Business Forms Trainee - Upper teens to lower 20s
Data Center Engineer - Lower 60s to upper 70s
Network and Server Administration - Mid 20s
Network Technician - Mid 20s…
Ultra Poor - No Shelter, everyday's life depends on other people's food.
Poor - Once in a while use Public service., their everyday's life depends on the job that they hold on that day.
Lower Class - They don't own any vehicles, mostly use Public Service & Bikes. (In my place they call it as Cycle.)
Middle Class - Has one Motor Bike. (Motor Cycle.)
Upper Middle Class - Has One Car.
Rich - Has Two Cars.
Ultra Rich - More than Two Cars.
Point to be noted, In India beggar's are in the category of Middle Class & Upper Middle Class.
Kate Purdy said:I like your writing style, very engaging. I suffered some cultural shock when I took a recruiting trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil. As in India, the social structure in Sao Paulo is very rigid. There seemed to be only two classes, the ultra rich and the ultra poor. It certainly was a place of extremes.