From time to time, we get questions (usually from newer users) asking if a cost estimate from a contractor is reasonable or how much the OP should expect to pay.
These questions have been off-topic from the early days of the site because project costs, especially labor, can vary dramatically from place to place and over time as demand for contractor services rises and falls.
However, the amount of time to complete a particular task shouldn't have that much variability, regardless of when or where the project is taking place. I wonder if it would be reasonable to ask the OP to reword these questions to focus on the tasks involved. For example,
How much would it cost to add a new electric circuit in my bedroom?
It's a two-story timber-framed house; service panel is in the basement, etc.
How much will this cost?
How much time should it take an electrician to add a new electric circuit in my bedroom?
Description of house and existing wiring as before.
The electrician has quoted X hours of labor. Is this a reasonable amount of time?
My hope is that the OP would be able to get an idea of what needs to be done for the project, then they can use that to see if a contractor is giving them a reasonable quote for the work.