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  • gdavis@gmdsolutions.com
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    ** This thread discusses the article: All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go **
    Our company is also frustrated. We are an Advanced Business Partner and a RPG Shop. We offer a lot of education to our employees, but the biggest problem we have is not just finding good RPG programmers, but finding good programmers period. Unlike others we are looking for good programmers with about 2-3 years experience that we can train, but if they have worked in the corporate world, they have been pre-trained to program at the lowest possible speed. When we bring them in the other programmers carry them for a bit, but after a while get tired of it and leave them isolated.

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    My limited experience seems to conflict with the article's assertion that RPG programmers are lower paid than programmers of other languages. I think because RPG programmers on average are older, their pay is likewise more advanced. There's probably been some studies done in this area; it'd be nice to see some hard data.

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