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Old 11-05-2008, 02:11 PM   #1
 
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Just wondering what other people are seeing out there as far as how much a service call should cost per hour or at least what are people out there charging? 60$ an hour, $100 an hour?
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Old 11-07-2008, 12:32 AM   #2
 
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you charge what you need to, to pay your overhead and make a profit. If you don't know what your expenses are and the profit you would kike to make, you are in serious trouble.

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We will be bidding on a job and would like to know:

what is the union pay scale for sheet metal local 22 and local 420?
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$60 an hour is way too cheap!
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ive worked for a few companies and ive had to charge anywhere from 85 to 195 an hour
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$125 per hour Mon - Fri 0700-1600 includes travel portal to portal.
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Spoken like a true mexican, a word came out, not usable or coherent but a word came out.
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Spoken like a true mexican, a word came out, not usable or coherent but a word came out.

When I was union ....I used to work my ass off for the same rate as the mexican standing next to me that was slacking off or didn't have a clue what it was doing. .

I left . Your still there.

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