I worked as a Network Systems Analyst for 5 years... and only received one raise the entire time. I was paid $10.50 / hour, but it was a salary job. I made $350 / week, no matter how much over or under my required time I work.
My question is this:
How much is a realistic salary AFTER I get my degree? I am just starting college (I dropped out because the job I had kicked ass, but now I want my degree so I can make the big bucks) and want to ask real professionals in the field about what to expect when I get out of college.
If you are open to discuss this info, include the following:
Hours worked (per week):
Days worked (schedule):
Shift times (schedule):
Location (State is fine):
General living expenses in area (just rent is fine):
Years of experience in field:
I'm just trying to get a sense of where I should move to, how much money I'm looking at getting paid, how much it is going to cost to live in that area, and any other random information you feel necessary.
This post has been edited by pr4y: 26 February 2009 - 08:20 AM