What to offer?

Seth Blanken Technical Writer & Business Analyst

June 19th, 2015

Is there an average percentage of future earnings to offer a coder for work to be completed and to be able to set deadlines?
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Karl Schulmeisters CTO ClearRoadmap

June 19th, 2015

Developers can get paid if they are any good. Future Earnings are predicated on risk. Their value is the

.........................The Chance of Success x the projected future earnings.

That equation needs to match or exceed current market rates for that developer

Eleanor Carman Incoming BLP Sales Associate at LinkedIn

June 19th, 2015

Seth - there are tons of discussions like this on FD. The responses are super valuable, and I highly recommend doing a quick search before posting to see if there are any previous answers that might be helpful. Make sure to check out the discussions I linked above. I know their answers will be applicable to your question. 

Mike Whitfield Sr. Software Engineer, EPAM, Google

June 19th, 2015