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How much for php programmer - part time :confused:

Discussion in 'Programming' started by alfa_375, May 1, 2012.

  1. #1
    Hi,

    I need suggestion about the php programmer to be hier as part-time. How much do you think he/she should be get paid?

    Regards
     
    alfa_375, May 1, 2012 IP
  2. seafrontsteve

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    #2
    Paying hourly for programming is something I always avoid

    Much better to get fixed price quotes and pay for completed jobs that perform the way you want
    This can be cheaper than even the lowest hourly rates
     
    seafrontsteve, May 1, 2012 IP
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    I would say no less then $7/hour
     
    Roxitsc, May 5, 2012 IP
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    traxport121 Active Member

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    Depends upon the expertise of PHP programmar you need. Usually good PHP coders charge above $50 / hour, but there are many jobless PHP coders who'd do work for less than 10$ hour. So it all depends upon your requirements.
     
    traxport121, May 6, 2012 IP
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    webcosmo Notable Member

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    this largely depends on where they are located and their expertise level. it could be anywhere from few dollars to more then 100 per hour.
     
    webcosmo, May 6, 2012 IP
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    #6
    I would say rates should vary from $20/hr to $50/hr for freelancing style jobs.
     
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    Depends on the skills. Some make up to $3.000 per day...
     
    gotanz, May 7, 2012 IP
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    Depends on the experience and the work u want to be done.vary from $20-$50\hour .. lot of people work for below $10 but they won't produce good work ...
     
    bhimesh, May 7, 2012 IP
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    Just tell me, what you need and I can tell the realistic price for the required action.
     
    e-abi, May 7, 2012 IP
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    Project based or hourly based?
     
    joerudy1988, May 7, 2012 IP
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    I actually prefer paying by the hour, I do know by now how long certain tasks take and of course they charge me for their tea time too but this it to be expected...
     
    lappanion, May 8, 2012 IP
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    lockerzking Greenhorn

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    #12
    Hourly or fixed price?
     
    lockerzking, May 9, 2012 IP
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    lockerzking Greenhorn

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    If hourly $6 an hour
     
    lockerzking, May 9, 2012 IP
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    lol if you are hiring a moron yes 6 is great per hour.. if you actually want something that functions your prob better off at around 15-20 and if you want efficiency and high quality better bump that up to around 35-50/hr. depends on who you are hiring
     
    kDev, May 9, 2012 IP