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    Whooa whooa time out time out

    I'm already ashamed enough I can't meet them, no need to rub it in

    Gotta give me some credit here. Number of calls to desk, time spent on incident and follow up calls by the customer stats would all drop through the floor which is a good thing no? Customer satisfaction might be a sticking point however....

    Thank god the advert did mention understanding customers problems and providing accurate and useful information
    Last edited by northernladuk; 3 September 2021, 10:39.
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      Its been a pretty tough 18 months for a lot of contractors but the market is starting to really pick up now for developers. I dont think I can ever remember my phone being so busy as it has been this week, its been many years since I have known it to be like this

      Its getting back to pre covid/pre Ir35 levels and the pleasant surprise is there are still lots of outside gigs becoming available

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        So the executive salary is that it job market is booming again?

        can anyone comment specifically on finance and London and whether there has been a pick up in that space?

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          yas, but not for LondonPM's.
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            Originally posted by GigiBronz View Post

            there are a few posts on reddit about it but not quite sure if it is only america related or happens the same in britain as well.
            The East Coast Perm market diverged from the U.K about 2 years prior to the pandemic i.e. $285k base for Lead Consultants (25 Years exp.) out of D.C, not partner level. Corporate-to-Corporate day rates started to climb up to $2500-$3250 pd, therefore, with a good pipeline of work a consultant can bring in $500k-$750k per year of revenue, not to mention the value-add around change programmes.

            Someone further up asked about contract PM roles in the City Of London, they have been steadily been moving these out of London for years, can't see that market getting any better tbh and it was in a poor state prior to the pandemic because of this.
            Last edited by Bluenose; 13 September 2021, 13:16.

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              concerned why this thread is so dead now

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                Originally posted by Bluenose View Post

                The East Coast Perm market diverged from the U.K about 2 years prior to the pandemic i.e. $285k base for Lead Consultants (25 Years exp.) out of D.C, not partner level. Corporate-to-Corporate day rates started to climb up to $2500-$3250 pd, therefore, with a good pipeline of work a consultant can bring in $500k-$750k per year of revenue, not to mention the value-add around change programmes.

                Someone further up asked about contract PM roles in the City Of London, they have been steadily been moving these out of London for years, can't see that market getting any better tbh and it was in a poor state prior to the pandemic because of this.
                id move to the states for that money

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                  Originally posted by founder View Post
                  concerned why this thread is so dead now
                  Because we're all too busy working?
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                      Originally posted by founder View Post
                      concerned why this thread is so dead now
                      What else is there to add? More people posting anecdotal evidence the market is booming/dead based on a snap shot of how many calls they got this week?
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