Posted 25 February 2012 - 12:34 AM
Really? You're a head chef worried about the jobs that short-order cooks are scrambling for?
Applicants: 31 (avg $101.15)
The sewers of any industry are always gonna be dirty places. It's kind of inconsequential, unless you plan on clambering down into that muck for some dumb reason, in which case, we need to talk.
(Is this legitimate concern? I can't really see anyone here doing that kind of work OR working for that kind of pay. Do I have a really skewed perception of what's going on out there?)
Posted 25 February 2012 - 08:15 AM
I think there are slide show making programs that could do the whole job in a matter of minutes. In which case $100 could be ok...
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Posted 27 February 2012 - 11:56 PM
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Posted 03 March 2012 - 07:30 PM
Anyone have a theory about this, as in :is it a recent phenomenon or age old bs boss/sales talk.
Posted 03 March 2012 - 09:35 PM
It's kind of all relative. A "rock star expert" in this sector of the industry is probably what you'd expect: someone slightly better than a beginner or hack. I mean, the people who are posting these jobs aren't looking for a team from Prologue. They wouldn't have the slightest inclination of what to do with Dvein, Polynoid or any other set of skilled artists. Their expectations for the end product, and the production timeline accompanying it, are in a wholly different category than the stuff we're (hopefully) more involved with. That said, these clients still want the most for their money, as everyone does. So of course the language is "I want the best thing ever for as close to free as possible, and I want it ASAP." And they'll probably get what you'd expect they would. Clearly, there won't be any respected professionals clawing down their door. It's a different marketplace altogether.
I am curious though. So many of those posts mention: true experts, rock stars, really experienced, etc, as a preface to "then it should only take( insert some unreasonable amount of time)". Anyone have a theory about this, as in :is it a recent phenomenon or age old bs boss/sales talk.
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