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How to find the 'going rate'

 
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I'll be pushing for a raise soon and I'm pretty sure I'm well below the market rate at the moment (I've been keeping my head down) and I'm trying to find what the local going rate is, or a near estimate. (if it helps, I'm in Australia)
I've been watching papers, but there are few ads for Java positions at the moment. Any suggestions on other ways to research the going rate for my level of skill?
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Ask and you shall receive:
http://www.hays.com.au
 
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