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Today 04:13 PM
Unregistered
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27 yo female. 1.5 yr in current company, 2.5 yrs Relevant experience in total.. Tech company, support function.
$68k per annum. No bonus very good covid support (reimbursements, cash) though. Equity from hire+Equity refresh about $3.5k usd per quarter based on current price...
LOL! you from Accenture ah?
Today 01:45 PM
goaswind
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27 yo female. 1.5 yr in current company, 2.5 yrs Relevant experience in total.. Tech company, support function.
$68k per annum. No bonus very good covid support (reimbursements, cash) though. Equity from hire+Equity refresh about $3.5k usd per quarter based on current price...
No Bonus no AWS? 68k which means 5.7k per months for just 2.5 years exp. Very good deal.
Yesterday 11:04 PM
Unregistered 27 yo female. 1.5 yr in current company, 2.5 yrs Relevant experience in total.. Tech company, support function.
$68k per annum. No bonus very good covid support (reimbursements, cash) though. Equity from hire+Equity refresh about $3.5k usd per quarter based on current price...
Yesterday 11:02 PM
Unregistered 27 yo female. 1.5 yr in current company, 2.5 yrs Relevant experience in total.. Tech company, support function.
$68k per annum. No bonus very good covid support (reimbursements, cash) though. Equity from hire+Equity refresh about $3.5k per quarter based on current price...
26-10-2020 01:29 AM
Unregistered_1337 31yo Male

Started working upon completion of NS in 2010. Accounting industry.
Completed professional qualifications in 2014/2015
Amassed 10 years of total working experience till date.
Never joined any big4 firm, nor have any audit experience.
90k per annum package, title is Manager.

Compared to peers with the same years of experience, they are already SM / Associate Director.

Salary is comfortable but would love to know how to advance further.

No big4 history on resume really hinders job prospects.
26-10-2020 01:14 AM
Unregistered I'm earning about $75000 per annum, in healthcare industry with about 10 years of working experience.
25-10-2020 11:56 PM
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High pay bias and whatnot but do you disagree with all the uni surveys that cite 4k+ median starting salary? Deduct a few hundred but alot still 4k+ median (not top 10% excellent or something)
Those programmes with median >4k do not make up the majority if you consider all progs??

Letís see the response rate and median/mean salary for 2020 GES
25-10-2020 11:49 PM
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32m
90k basic
~20k bonus
IT industry

Is that considered average?
Quite average. Might want to push past the 120k annual mark soon.
25-10-2020 10:02 PM
Unregistered 32m
90k basic
~20k bonus
IT industry

Is that considered average?
24-10-2020 12:28 AM
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And all these super high salary post here is creating a false impression to the fresh grad that they should get at least $4kpm to be average, and rejecting lower offers, then complain about unemployment or companies hiring foreign talents causing lesser jobs in the market.

From my point of view, fresh grad salary range from 3.2k to 3.5k if consider normal..
3.6k to 4k = good, above 4k = excellent(which not many will get this amount)
High pay bias and whatnot but do you disagree with all the uni surveys that cite 4k+ median starting salary? Deduct a few hundred but alot still 4k+ median (not top 10% excellent or something)
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