[Chicago] Python-heavy job opening

Rob Kapteyn robkapteyn at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 03:50:57 CET 2012

Thanks for the feedback (some of it off list ;).
I agree that things are relative and flexibility can be worth it.
That Django job for the Burning Man festival from a few days ago would
certainly have non-fiduciary "benefits" and special job satisfaction for
the right person.

But this job is at placement firm for attorneys at "the largest law firms
and corporations in Chicago".
Not only that -- it looks like they want you to keep their on-site Mac OS X
Server running for them too.

And, even in the financial/trading industry -- the base salaries are
Those bonuses are there to get you to work 60 hrs/week.

On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 8:25 PM, sheila miguez <shekay at pobox.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 6:34 PM, Steve Schwarz <steve at agilitynerd.com>
> wrote:
> > AFAIK "It depends". If it is a financials/trading place you could be
> looking
> > at substantial bonuses (50-100%) over the base.
> Maybe that's why it seemed so low. I thought maybe I missed something.
> and I thought perhaps expecting an entry level person to be that well
> rounded was asking a lot. Was a bit unhappy that a company was trying
> to lure some poor entry level person in, pay them hardly anything,
> work them 50+ hours, and expect them to work like someone who has two
> years more experience than they do. Please don't let it be that. I
> guess if you get a 100% bonus and don't work too much overtime and
> they offer proper benefits then it will seem more in line with the
> market.
> --
> sheila
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