50160Re: [Czechlist] [Preklady] Re: Neodolatelna nabidka
- Nov 2, 2012Yes, of course, the cost of living in NY or CA is higher than in, let us
say, Alabama, but the salaries are "proportionate", so are the rents, i.e.
very high, that is why the national average is lower, I suppose.
In a message dated 11/2/2012 1:20:05 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Hanka, cut all those prices in half, and you've got an ordinary US cost of
Still, I get your point.
On Nov 2, 2012, at 1:14 PM, _hgeige@..._ (mailto:hgeige@...)
> It is also a matter of buying power. Let us say that the US dollar is
> 18.50 CZK today. So, if I live in Prague, I get 462.5 CZK for 1000 words
> proofreading at $25.00.one,
> Let us say that a humble one-bedroom apartment on the East Coast (around
> New York, New Jersey) is $1,200.
> If I do live on the East Coast, my health insurance is $418, (a cheap
> so called 'catastrophic' one, and it is, in more ways than one) my carfor two
> insurance $900, a dinner in a popular(,,lidova" restaurace)restaurant
> is $55.00 before the tip, and a loaf of bread around $4.00. I am notgasoline
> saying that I do have to be going to restaurants, just illustrating. My
> is currently around $3.49 a gallon and my haircut $55.00 (not the bestof
> the best, that one is $75.00), before the tip.that
> Working for a Czech agency, even a relatively well paying one, means
> I will get 2 to 3 times less than I'd get from a UK or US agency. Still,in CR
> I maintain that a Czech translator living abroad will not survive while
> working exclusively forCzech agencies, while a Czech translator living
> and working exclusively for Czech agencies could, I mean, not very well,but
> pays his rent, or not?(http://www.czechlist.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/czechlist)
> Hanka Geiger
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