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Hello everyone, My top tech came up to me asking for a review at the end of the year which was fine. I am curious to what you guys are paying/how your paying your top techs. Mine is making $36 an hour and 40 hours a week. he makes same pay every week. But I don't not give him any health insurance. I give him a week vacation paid. Is this average ? or high ? please let me know thanks guys !

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