Do you believe juicers just not charging could lead to a dynamic situation to bring the price back up to a fair wage?
I wont charge at $4 each.
Any input or shared experience with this is appreciated.
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There is always somebody willing to do low skill work for less pay than the other guy.Do you believe juicers just not charging could lead to a dynamic situation to bring the price back up to a fair wage? I wont charge at $4 each.
After doing the basic profit and loss math, at $4 per scooter its not worth the time/resources and is no longer profitable for me to continue at that rate. At $6 it was tolerable 2-3 nights a week and allowed for a small profit. Four dollars per is pretty much the total amount invested to get the job done, aka 'break even point.' That is just my math based on my situation, resources and geographic location. I would be interested in learning about the ways people truly do make it profitable at $3-$4 per scooter. For me it would be foolish to continue at $4 since I have run the numbers. After taxes its closer to $2.50-$3 each before expenses for me.
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