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post #136 of 466
70k + company car Downside is that the location is less than desirable.. I complain, but there are new graduates worse off. Thankful for what I have.
post #137 of 466
$100k base out of college, 2009.
post #138 of 466
It was $36K.
post #139 of 466
$9.00/hour and I just graduated from college in December. I plan to go back to school and get my master's and then I should be making huge bank the rest of my life (probably 50k the rest of my life).
post #140 of 466
I just graduated this year at age 23 and will snag an entry level job at an accounting firm. With income from other sources (owned business and investments), I expect my earnings to be $100K on the low end and $150K on the high end. Will be pulling in $200K+ in a few years in a cautiously optimistic scenario. As a typical Asian boy, I was pushed to become a doctor or lawyer, but obviously there are other roads to riches and I make sure to remind my parents that I make more at age 23 than they do at age 60 to make up for all the beatings!
post #141 of 466
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Originally Posted by gic102 View Post
I just graduated this year at age 23 and will snag an entry level job at an accounting firm. With income from other sources (owned business and investments), I expect my earnings to be $100K on the low end and $150K on the high end. Will be pulling in $200K+ in a few years in a cautiously optimistic scenario.

As a typical Asian boy, I was pushed to become a doctor or lawyer, but obviously there are other roads to riches and I make sure to remind my parents that I make more at age 23 than they do at age 60 to make up for all the beatings!

What businesses and investments could you have made / engaged in, proactively, in your late teens / early twenties? I'm confused...
post #142 of 466
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What businesses and investments could you have made / engaged in, proactively, in your late teens / early twenties? I'm confused...

Like in Boiler Room, a casino in his basement, or selling counterfeit LV bags or pimping for some hot chicks in some resort ... ...
post #143 of 466
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Originally Posted by beaconshome View Post
$9.00/hour and I just graduated from college in December. I plan to go back to school and get my master's and then I should be making huge bank the rest of my life (probably 50k the rest of my life).

LOL WUT? Also $9 an hour out of college? Are you working in retail or something? Shit even when I was doing that while in college I was making at least $10 an hour
post #144 of 466
ratboycom

I work with kids who have Autism. I'm going into the mental health field - a line of work that typically is underpaid and overworked, but nonetheless it is what I want to do.
post #145 of 466
$52k in 2007, consulting firm.
post #146 of 466
28k base salary plus commission's
post #147 of 466
About 45K.
post #148 of 466
bout 30k, but that was much more than later on when i was unemployed
post #149 of 466
Got bachelors in 2010. 70k in my first year.
post #150 of 466
This thread seems to be filled with rampant dishonesty. Either SF is filled with bankers or we have some salary inflation going on here.
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