Wednesday, March 7, 2012

You Make 3 to 4 Time What They Pay You

When ever a company does business with a client, who ever works on the project is being paid half (in most cases) of what the company charges the client. Which means that if you’re paid 30 000 a year to do a job, the company who hired you makes 60 000 a year on you.

If a client invest 60 000 on you … don’t you think he expects to make a lot more out of the work you’re doing?

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