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Pricing Labor-Only Jobs
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There's a growing market for "labor-only" jobs. Examples include big-box stores, like The Home Depot, where your company would be responsible for installing materials sold to the customer. Companies accustomed to marking up materials and subcontractor work often don't know how to price only labor to include not just job costs and labor burden, but all other overhead costs plus profit.