"You get paid a small amount as an apprentice, then you work as a journeyman with lots of other craftspeople, and eventually become a master."Johnson says the company charges clients about half of what they would pay a domestic developer, and that students are payed a middle class income in their home countries throughout the program, including during the training period. Obiora says that the compensation is fair and that it's more than he made at his previous job as a news anchor at a local television station. Obiora, for example, participates in his client's Slack chat room, uses the same project management tools they do, and he's part of the same email conversations that drive those projects. As for the quality of the work, Andela's developers are on par with local junior-level web developers, says Scott Gerber, founder of Young Entrepreneur Council, an invitation-only organization for entrepreneurs under 40 that hired Andela to help build new features for its web-based member services.
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Johnson says most students will spend about two-thirds of their time working for clients, and the remaining time on education. "It's very difficult to get developers at the caliber we need at a price we can afford," he says.