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    Hourly Wage for a Novice Html/CSS Programmer

    What is the average pay for a novice HTML/CSS programmer. I have been successfully working for a company for 3 month in html/CSS (mostly just doing updates for multiple website ). I'm about to become a full employee. I was wondering if $15 dollars an hour is fair.

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    That depends on where you work, what you know, and how many people know the same thing. Personally, I'd suggest there really isn't an answer to the question, but that's me.
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    I work in San Diego. There is only 8 people in the company. I am a computer science major in college, but html/css is pretty new to me. I know more java and c++. Does this help answer my question?

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    After a little bit of research I found a professional web designer in San Diego earns an average of $26 an hour. The accuracy of my answer being based in the UK and Spain is unknown. With that in mind, its up to you to decide whether you have the skills, experience to earn a wage closer to that figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Studio87 View Post
    After a little bit of research I found a professional web designer in San Diego earns an average of $26 an hour. The accuracy of my answer being based in the UK and Spain is unknown. With that in mind, its up to you to decide whether you have the skills, experience to earn a wage closer to that figure.
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