haha yeah working in the Netherlands, here you don't even get a junior 1ste line service desk helper for that amount. Besides Working for home is a bit sucky. I did it and you lose the contact with college's and the drive to better your self. but if you still wanne do that, try looking on the dutch market rates fary between 70 and 85 euro's a hour and if you do it from home more like 65 euro's a hour ( contractor of cource ) On Jan 15, 2008 7:15 PM, Jared Still <jkstill@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Frankly, that doesn't even sound like a legal arrangement. > > As you would be paid hourly, and as an employee (W2) I believe > that federal law required benefits provided for anything over 30 hrs per > week. > > Plus that fact that $33 per hour is extremely low for a DBA. > > You can't even get SQL server DBA's for that. ;) > > Jared > > > > On Jan 14, 2008 3:34 PM, Prasad < p4cldba@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > All, > > > > recently I am being offered a remote support DBA job and the hiring > > company is asking me to quit my current regular position and work with them > > for 33$/hr on W-2 with no benefits. Well I am in no position to accept this > > . but still would like to know if this is how it works. > > > > Thanks . > > > > -Prasad > > > > > > -- > Jared Still > Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist > -- Vincent Verpoort ,.-~`"'~-.,_,.-~`"'~-.,_,.-~`"'~-.,_,.-~`"'~-.,_,.-~`"'~-.,_ Communiceren is begrepen worden ^*<-._,.->*^*<-._,.->*^*<-._,.->*^*<-._,.->*^*<-._,.->*^*<-.