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I want to apply for some position of CRM, but I have no idea how much money shall I ask for.
Can anybody help me to define?
I'm thinking in a developer for plugins, migration, entities, services, etc.
Thank you very much,
this kind of question is a bit borderline here (it's not a recruitment post but it's near). However the salary depends on the country and the experience. If you want to get an idea, try to contact a NigelFrank recruiter of your country asking their salary survey, they conduct this survey about the salary of several positions in the Dynamics market, of course it's not an exact figure but will give you a rough estimate in your market.
hope it helps
As Guido said, it depends on the area and your experience. An often overlooked difference-maker is the type of company you work for. If you work as a developer for a company that implements CRM, you'll likely make more than working as an in-house developer for a company that uses CRM. The salary range can be pretty spectacular.
For an objective idea, I'd try salary.com for general information and something like Monster.com or CareerBuilder.com to see what's actually available right now.
Hope this helps! I'd appreciate if you'd mark this as Answering your question.
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