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Money Money Money

 
#1 Money Money Money
23/11/2009 16:52

Stephen W

After 2.2 years at a large IT consultancy, i have decided to market myself and see my 'worth' in the current job market. Jumping right to the chase, i want considerably more money. I am bored of corporate jargon, big company politics and unrecognition of talent. In saying that who are the best recruiters to pesture? any advice by those who have made the move to industry for the wedge and better quality of life?

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#2 RE: Money Money Money
23/11/2009 17:06

Reality to Stephen W (#1)

If you are confident in your skills, and are willing to take the risk, become a contractor. Can be very rewarding (in terms of £).

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#3 RE: Money Money Money
23/11/2009 17:14

Serge to Reality (#2)

And if you consider becoming a contractor, following article might be of interest to you:

http://www.consulting-times.com/November2009/7.aspx

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#4 RE: Money Money Money
24/11/2009 10:51

anon to Serge (#3)

The following will be EQUALLY interesting (granted it's from the depths of the recession but gives you an idea of the peaks and troughs:

http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/05/19/235995/IT-salary-survey-hard-first-quarter-for-2009.htm

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