[nycbug-talk] Anyone know of a good source...

Mikel King mikel.king
Tue Sep 6 12:49:02 EDT 2005

Thanks for the support Alex. Much appreciated.

On Sep 2, 2005, at 4:26 PM, alex at pilosoft.com wrote:

> On Fri, 2 Sep 2005, Vertigo wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 30, 2005 at 05:09:55PM -0400, Mikel King wrote:
>>> Anyone know of a good source for entry level (low 30s) PC Techs?  
>>> Some
>>> one who might be capable of learning MAC and BSD...?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>> Oh, I see what you're looking for--a place to find a bunch of naive
>> computer geeks to give crappy jobs to.  No raises, no benefits,  
>> strictly
>> off the books.  401K? Yeah, right.  Yeah, there's this corner in  
>> Queens
>> that always has a bunch of mexicans standing on it every morning.  I
>> believe they charge per diem, but my spanish is a bit rusty.
> I sense hostility. This attitude is probably why you will be next  
> person
> to be fired (or were fired recently).
> Fact is, in this industry, you get paid according to your skills.  
> If your
> skills justify 150$/hr, you will have no problem finding someone  
> who will
> pay you that. If on other hand, you are a PC reboot monkey, you  
> will have
> problem finding even 30k$/year job.
> -alex
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