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comment Most effective way to increase programmer salary besides just doing your job?
As an independent-consultant, how are you treated by your client? For my 1st job, I was a "consultant" (or an outsourced team) and we "consultants" were assigned to a client that gave us horrid development environments.
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comment Most effective way to increase programmer salary besides just doing your job?
Yes this has worked for me. And it helps to show you are "good". E.g. programming projects or apps that are popular, stackoverflow answers, YouTube videos. This is how I increased my salary by $50K (2012) by taking a more difficult job. @NemanjaTrifunovic has a point. There are exceptions.
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comment Most effective way to increase programmer salary besides just doing your job?
Are there demographics of the users on this site?
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and letting programmers learn for some hrs @work might even be cheaper than both paying salary AND the costs of training
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I hadnt noticed that interpretation on Hiring for passion, which I see frequently in job posts. If the employer didn t just say it but actually supported it with some time during working hrs, Ill take 'hiring for passion' any day though over the others,
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