Hi all. For the last 72 hours, I've tried to rescue data for my dad's public relations firm, as you will find in these threads: , , . I don't know how much to charge. The tech they usually use, who we'll call John, charges $50/hr. I basically performed all of his functions, and then some. The data should be ready tomorrow. I've worked a total of 27 hours, including one shift that was 12 hours straight. One partner of the company is my dad. The other partner treats me like a kid, and offered me $7/hr. Clearly, this is not acceptable. I did work for them at age 15, when $7/hr was good pay. But now I'm 20. I'm a "man", and I deserve a man's pay. I won't put up with this ****. I think I need to confront him. I'm "worth" what John charges, but I'm willing to go lower, like $37.50 (75%). I need to put my foot down, but I also need to be sensitive to the situation and any future prospects I have with the company. I was offered a position this summer (at $7/hr), which I also find unacceptable. My duties included: (1) installation, removal and diagnosis of hard drives; (2) calls to support and data recovery specialists; (3) driving around town; (4) purchasing equipment; (5) consultation; (6) miscellaneous tasks. I also dropped my entire schedule during this time, because they need the data ASAP. Do you think my proposition is fair? As always, thanks for the advice.