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  1. #27
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    Jun 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by meoberry View Post
    I don't know if we are allowed to discuss money on this site. Wouldn't want to tick off anyone. Besides might be another employee of my company on this site. And that is a big no no with my company.
    Quit acting like we live with socialism and that big brother is going to swoop down and take your job if you utter the forbidden payrate. Part of the reason the pay scale is so low in some geographic areas is that employers strive to keep you in the dark as to what others are making.
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  2. #28
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    Mar 2007
    State of Confusion
    I do agree with the OP on this subject. I've seen it myself. My advise would be, work for the bigger Co.'s. Mom and Pop shops have no future for the workers. Your only making them rich. Even if your new to the field, bigger companies will still hire you.

  3. #29
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    Jun 2008
    NW Florida
    Quote Originally Posted by marter View Post
    id be moving
    Thats the point. They keep you so broke you can't afford to.

  4. #30
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    May 2004
    Rapid City, SD
    Quote Originally Posted by local 832s View Post
    I don't get it. When guys are saying the quit and go make 10.00 MORE per hour, what were you making??
    Lets just say, with out discussing pricing, that at the previous on call 24/7 only service guy job, when I got my $10 raise, I almost doubled my wage.
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  5. #31
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    Mar 2009

    Dallas area

    I spent 12 years in Michigan. I had a job I really enjoyed there. Do to some health issues with my 3 year old son we relocated to the Dallas area for some medical programs offered here. That was 3 years ago. I have found a great company. As an installer, we average 50 to 70 a year. Some techs have pushed 100. Comfort advisors, yeah very nice. There are many companies here that get ya cheap. The higher paying jobs are out there. You have do a little research and the pot of gold is there. Dont get me wrong, we work our butts off. But I would anywhere. So why not get compensated for it. The pay system is all flat rate. As an installer, I averaged 30 to 40 per hour a week. I dont figure its bad to work avg of 50 hours a week for avg of 1200.00 Full service uniforms provided, medical, dental, 401K. We have a bonus reserve program that pays in the weeks where you didnt receive your 40 hr salary. A minimum paycheck each week.

    We are always looking for installers, techs, and comfort advisors. It is well worth your look. Not from Dallas, use your relocation dollars. Its well worth the look.

  6. #32
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    Dec 2002
    Toledo, Ohio, United States
    Twilli still at minimum
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  7. #33
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    Apr 2004
    Muskegon, Mi.
    I always found the higher up on the companies food chain the smaller the raises.
    I wouldn't want to try to be running a company in this economy. It' got to be tough.

  8. #34
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    Nov 2003
    Rochester, New York
    Quote Originally Posted by amickracing View Post
    Lets just say, with out discussing pricing, that at the previous on call 24/7 only service guy job, when I got my $10 raise, I almost doubled my wage.
    Ouch, that's really low!!

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