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Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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What is a good,bad or great pay if you are getting paid percentage pay instead of mileage?

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but no one was answering that

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That's because no one can answer that with a solid answer. 77% of a high paying load could be considered a great percentage, where 77% of a crappy low-paying load will be considered a low percentage.

The answer will be completely subjective to whatever load the company gives you.

Thank you that is at least trying to answer the question for me as best you can

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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What is a good,bad or great pay if you are getting paid percentage pay instead of mileage?

Well my original question was just trying to find out what percentages are considered good bad or great but no one was answering that they only kept telling me the same thing that I already understood. Which has been paid off of percentages the pay will vary. So I decided to ask it differently with including the least part I get all the risks and understand but I really just want to know what percentages of pay is considered good bad or great?

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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What is a good,bad or great pay if you are getting paid percentage pay instead of mileage?

I get what both of you are saying but I was just wanting to know what good percentages are or bad percentages. One of the companies I am talking to offers a lease program where they pay 77% plus there's no trailer rental or trailer maintenance fee. And they also pay for the liability insurance. And says I was only thinking of possibly doing a two-year lease one that was short I was just trying to find out if that deal was reasonable. I understand the paycheck will vary but unless I know if it's at least a decent percentage for getting paid percentages I don't know if it's something to even look into.

Posted:  10 months, 3 weeks ago

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What is a good,bad or great pay if you are getting paid percentage pay instead of mileage?

So Im about to leave my current company and try somewhere new, one of which offers percentage pay which I understand how it works, however I am not sure whats considered average, below average or above average when talking about percentage pay. Can someone let me know what percentages would be considered for each please?

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