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Check out codementor.io. There's a lot of work there on demand (from other developers needing help); $80-120 an hour is typical (though you do have to pay them a 20% commission, so $64-96). They payout weekly. There's also some freelancer work there as well. I've done work there in the past, and had very good experiences.



wonder why it's called code mentor. they're either a mentor for education purposes or doing work unrelated to that.


A mentorship doesn't necessarily have to be free or charitable. That said, most of the calls lean more towards training or debugging than "mentorship".




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