The way out of this situation for remote workers is:
If you need a compass on international rates, have a look at this site: Codementor - Freelance rates.
Good software engineers/developers/programmers don't have too much trouble getting a decent USD/hr rate wherever they are. Trust me.
People from past jobs have told me that finding good programmers is hard, and when companies find one, they go a long way to try not let them go.
If you are good, companies will usually offer a good raise in payment to try to convince you to stay if you are thinking about leaving them.
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