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Richard Watson
Richard Watson

Leonora, That's a simple question that I would have to follow with the phrase...it depends. Here is something from the eLearning Guild that might provide you with "food for thought". The rate varies by your education, background/skills, how long you have been in the position, where you live, types of jobs you do, etc. http://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1888/ One mistake freelancers make is to assume if they take their annual survey and divide it out, they will find their hourly rate. Mathematically, that would be correct but that approach has some flaws. For example, when you are working in a corporate learning department, your health coverage is covered, you get paid holidays/sick days, your equipment is provided (hardware/software), you don't have to pay ... Expand