|Inspired by threads about Amazon  and Google , I thought that we would all benefit from some more information about the pay of remote jobs.|
Some companies seem to highly adjust for location, for example, Buffer is paying $93k for a developer in Hong Kong, $77k in Buenos Aires, and $144k in San Francisco, for the same job.
This raises questions about determining 'fair' salary outside the major cities, where the cost of living is well known and understood, and sources such as Numbeo and similar sometimes miss essential issues.
So, dear reader, what's your job, where are you based, on what's your salary?
The more information we have available, the better off we are! :)