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RE: OT: getting a CCIE job in Europe posted 08/10/2007
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50% to 60%. In the us if you're corp-to-corp 55% on the first $100k if your
self-employed (don't forget the employers share of Social Security)

Joe

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Michael Zuo
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 2:51 PM
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Cc: Alexei Monastyrnyi; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: OT: getting a CCIE job in Europe

Anyone know what percentage of that 140K USD/80K Pound goes towards
various taxes?  In Southern California, it is about 35-40%...



thanks



________________________________

From: Steve [mailto:steve.ccie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 12:57 AM
To: Gary Duncanson
Cc: Alexei Monastyrnyi; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Michael Zuo
Subject: Re: OT: getting a CCIE job in Europe



Hi,



Those numbers are pretty much on the mark - but also be aware that the
UK (particularly London) is an expensive place to live and taxes are
high but if you manage the situation right, you can earn (and keep) good
money - get a good accountant. Also, GB is definitely in EU....



HTH

Steve





On 7 Aug 2007, at 11:41, Gary Duncanson wrote:





Great Britian is in the EU. Your looking at 140K USD permanent and 800
USD per day contract. Rates may vary so could be a bit less or much
more. Depends on the job and what you bring to the party.



Gary

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To: "Michael Zuo" <mzuo@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 10:10 AM

Subject: Re: OT: getting a CCIE job in Europe





	UK is not in EU but they have a decent visa program for
professionals

	(i.e. you may get a long-term working visa solely based on your

	professional skills) and CCIEs in Greater London Area earn from
80

	grounds to my knowledge...



	A.



	on 8/7/2007 2:58 AM Michael Zuo wrote:

		Or, any suggestions on where (which country) might be
the best "entry point" to working in EU without getting married? :) ha
ha



		Michael Zuo

		CCIE #17800



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		From: Alexei Monastyrnyi
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		Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 2:25 AM

		To: Michael Zuo

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		Subject: Re: OT: getting a CCIE job in Europe



		Michael,

		you won't find any well-paid CCIE job in Sweden. Demands
for this are

		not that high here to my experience.



		Just my 2 C6re,

		A.



		on 8/2/2007 1:50 AM Michael Zuo wrote:

			Hi Group,







			Just wondering if anyone has good information
source/websites etc. for

			finding CCIE related jobs in Europe (more
specifically,

			Germany/Poland/Czech/Sweden/Estonia area).
Also, anyone knows the

			process of corporate sponsorship of work permits
in EU?











			Thanks in advance







			Michael Zuo



			CCIE #17800




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