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How To Set Proof-reading Fees


Because most proof-readers are freelancers, then you will often need to be averse at discussing and working out your pay rate when you get work.

So what is a fair ball park figure for this sort of work?

Well, probably something in the region of ?10-?15 an hour is fair pay for a proofreader. Of course you should always be prepared to negotiate as some companies will try to press hard on your costs - remember the value of yourself to them and therefore you will resist the temptation to sell yourself and your skills short!

By: Fred

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