3 posts • joined 28 Aug 2018
I took COBOL in 1997, the last year offered. I thought I was being clever by doing COBOL and C++. I wound up an analyst using T-SQL.
If my wife is feeling tired/evil upon receiving one of "those" calls she will turn to me and ask "Do you want to take this?".
When I was working with the CFO of a department in San Francisco she stated the rule of thumb is 1.35 times the annual salary to get the total annual cost of the employee. Using that rule the employees come out to $97K. A bit of difference to $185k.
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