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Ten91158309dGet the fuck out of that place!
bartmr298309d9 euros an hour? I've paid more per hour just for cleaning my house. And I live in a poor EU country. Even if it wasn't for the salary, it's too much workload. Why do people think that other people's health doesn't matter?
SortOfTested24536309dNo, you should be making more. Shop around.
0100011113395309dBefore I got into programming, I had a summer job for an car salesmen and my summer loan was 12€/h for washing just the glass of the house for the cars. Could have gotten more when I did it a bit longer and keeping the cars clean.
At my first apprenticeship the customer also commonly had a 100€/h and my loan was quickly raised after an month when I proven that can work for real.
Get out, now.
notSoCoolGuy518309dEven if your salary was good, I will not suggest you to continue anymore there. You have full stack experience , u can get any job easily atleast with same salary. But in the end, if you don't have proper work environment, don't work there.
Banele905309dIt honestly pains my heart to read such things. Please please get out of that company and find a company that values and appreciate you.
LotsOfCaffeine2649309dThis is really bad, but it got awful once you mentioned that stupidly low salary.
I'd say look around for another job, far far away from that company.
AleCx0426736308dThat is 100 percent not right man. It was bad already and for that salary? that is just abuse as I see it.
Update that CV and shoop around for other places that are worth your time, knowledge and skillset.
jiraTicket1012308dBesides the shitty stack, I would guess the morale is made worse by a) being solo and b) you’re a consultant working in sprints with high demands from customers.
Working on a bad stack is soo much more relaxing if it’s in-house and with a team to share the burden.
Best career move I made was to switch from being a consultant with stessful sprints and switched to a product development company with rolling releases and where I know I’ve always got a stable team. Loving it.
gatorthepimp207308dWhy are you still working there? Do you enjoy being butt raped?