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Posted Friday, October 21, 2011 11:42 AM


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No I'm in Canada.

I live in a small city and consult in a big one so I get lower living costs (actually more for the same money) with higher consulting fees.


I currently only charge 55$/H but it's for garanteed 40 H / weeks with 1 month warning before contract end. I also have a lot of other perks that consultant don't normally have. The biggest one being no traffic, no support and 100% flexibility in hours worked.
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I think that a person with the knowledge of BI should be paid more than the average salary. It takes years of hard work and experience to become a BI professional. BI knowledge is one of the most valuable. Many core business decisions are made with the help of BI. They are an important asset of any organization.

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