SWProfessionals looking for C/C++ programmers

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    SWProfessionals looking for C/C++ programmers

    US based company is looking to hire programmers to assist clients with websecurity on different projects.
    Work is done from home and this is a full time job, even though the schedule can be flexible.
    Projects will be in the areas of internet security and gaming industry.

    SWProfessionals is looking to recruit programmers in the fields of C/C++. Also further knowledge of Java, Perl, APACHE, LINUX/UNIX and other software knowledge might come in helpful.

    Salary offered is 1000$/month.

    Please send an email to recruit@calder.ro with your CV attached if you wish to apply. You can also send an email with any questions you might have regarding this job at the same address and i will answer.

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    $1,000 / month for a full-time job? What are we Librarians?

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    If this was part time that would be decent pay ($1000 a month) but if its full time it should be I would think $4,000 a month....does that sound about right???
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    So why the .ro domain in the email for a US company?

    It isn't even your registration email address (me? suspicious? nah)
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    > If this was part time that would be decent pay ($1000 a month) but if its full time it should be I would think $4,000 a month....does that sound about right???

    You must be an hell of a coder to think you should earn 4k a month.
    2 to 3k is more like it... and around Europe at least, 3k is really only achievable by those who already spent some time in the company and proved their worth (within 1 to 2 years of admission). I'm pretty sure US shouldn't be much different.

    Unless, of course, you are an hell of a coder applying for At&T or something like that.
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    Starting pay in Alabama (USA) for a *good* programmer is about $40K-$60K / year.

    Some IT folks around here start at $50K.

    EDIT: added ** qualifier.

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    As an intern I was making about 1500ish a month before taxes if I was doing full time hours. I make about 1000 a month now working at a clothing store in the stockroom (Internship is over, and I am saving up for more terms of school =/ )

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    You know, in my country the average salary of programmers is only around $300-$400 a month. Full timer.
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    This smells kinda seedy.
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    >>Where do you live?

    Indonesia.

    BTW, my current salary now is only $313 net per month. And the highest one I know was only $432. But that's just for common programmers.

    Well, I just say I'm content with it. Because the average cost for a single person like me was $162 per month. People got a hard time finding job here that they would take any opportunities

    The ones with a salary of $1000 or more are head programmers, projects leaders, and those SAP experts.
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