So $16 an hour. There is a lot of flexibility of course, but this person does also sound elite for that pay scale. They are even making sure the opening of their proposal has a punch to it.
Are there low time commitment opportunities out there that pay way better?
My company has one, just a few hours a week, higher pay, and it eventually is even more economical, not needing proposals etc. Just wondering how common those low-hour part time jobs are.
I currently avg $40 for laravel development (Utah) - 8 years experience.
I'd like to be worth more, but I'm not great at selling myself... a decade ago I was making $10 an hour, in SEO / marketing, or $15 delivering pizzas - even though I built websites as a hobby since 1998.
Point being, I always saw myself as low-income, so $40 is like woah..I've arrived! Even though, with bills it really doesn't go that far, and I'd like to double it (maybe by launching a SaaS, if I can't raise my rates organically).