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#30049 09/30/03 11:54 PM
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How much do you think a helper with no experience should get paid.

Edward


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#30050 10/01/03 04:04 AM
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In Canada, many first year apprentices are just that, helpers.
A rule of thumb here, and sometimes law is 50-60% of journeyman rate,
2nd year 60-70%,
3rd year 70-80%,
4th year 80-90%.

#30051 10/01/03 11:20 PM
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Last 2 of our first year entry was 50% of journeyman rate.


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