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Hello all,

I am in houston now. I am thinking of moving to Boston early next yr. I dont have much of financial experience and have roughly 5 yrs of java/j2ee experience. If anyone knows a good contracting company that has a good client base in Boston area who'll also do H1B transfer, could you please PM me? How much billing rate can I expect?

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Aravind
 
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expect 60-100$ rate for client billing .
 
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Probably more like $60-$120 regarless of which part of the USA your in.



In my origninal company they actualy charged some clients $60, and others $120. The idea behind charging the smaller clients less, was that $60 is better than $0. And often the smaller clients had easy projects that were 1 man jobs.
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