RE: Case study for interviewing Oracle DBA

> seems like the post-dot.com definition of the junior DBA is the=20
> mid-level/senior dba who is so desperate for a job they will work for
no=20
> money.

I come bearing good news on that front.  As more and more of the senior
folks are taking positions that get them working again, rates are coming
back up, but slowly.  6 months ago, that would be a correct
assumption... Now, junior rates are for folks with less than 5 years of
experience.  That's still high, but a lot better than in the bad old
days of a year or two ago.

Bambi.

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seems like the post-dot.com definition of the junior DBA is the=20
mid-level/senior dba who is so desperate for a job they will work for no

money.

in order for someone to be 'junior' they would have had to be entry
level in=20
the last 2-3 years. there have only been a handful of entry level jobs
in=20
the developed world during that period.


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From: "Shannon St. Dennis" <SStDennis@xxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 3:21 PM
Subject: Case study for interviewing Oracle DBA


> We are currently starting the process of interviewing/hiring a junior=20
> dba.
>

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