Our rates and salary requirements are posted at Smart Rate Finder.
- The Senior column in the first table tells you our salary requirements.
- The right 3 columns in the second table tell you our rates, which are determined by the salary, which is determined by the Job Title in the first table.
- If a per diem is added, our rate will be adjusted downward.
Prior to any agreement, our rates and salary requirements are subject to change without notice.
You can download the per diem rates for 2012 and 2013 under the Employers/Rates menu option at the top of our website or by clicking the following links:
Download the 2012 per diem rates here: FY2012-PerDiemRates.zip.
Download the 2013 per diem rates here: FY2013-PerDiemRates.zip.
If you pay a contractor $48.08 per hour, you would have “paid” an employee around $61.30 per hour. This is because of employee cost overhead. So, no, an hourly contract rate of $48.08 should not be converted into a salaried job paying around $100,000 per year. Rather, it should be converted into a salaried job paying around $127,504 per year.