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    Quote Originally Posted by edison View Post
    It's true that a large majority of the highest paid roles are in London but there are some regional hotspots. I've worked in the likes of Cambridge, Milton Keynes and Luton which are all in the top dozen or so UK cities with highest average earnings and have several large FTSE 250/Fortune 500 type companies. You don't necessarily have to be at director level but would need to be pretty senior in a functional role or head of a team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KentDogWalker View Post
    I'm looking at a permie role. Typically I made 500 an day, but the market sucks in frontend.

    How much would you need to go permie, seriously?
    Outside of the SE so:

    £75k
    Bonus
    Pension 5%
    Holiday pay
    Career plan
    Work Life balance
    Within 5 mile from home

    Below the above level I would rather contract inside for £500 a day.

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    Great answers guys, so in summary contracting is ded and its a race to the bottom!

    Glad I'm diversifying my skills then in niche areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentDogWalker View Post
    Great answers guys, so in summary contracting is ded and its a race to the bottom!

    Glad I'm diversifying my skills then in niche areas.
    Deed you mean


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