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Do you make more dollars per year than 2500x your age?

Tarmac

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ex. you are 25. do you make more than $62,500 per year?

you are 50. do you make more than $125,000?

you are manouche. do you make more Euros than the number of Ls in Dunhill?
 

CunningSmeagol

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Is this some kind of benchmark? Doesn't make much sense the higher you go, assuming compounding raises.
 

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This poll only solidifies my decision to get the hell out of grad school.
 

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yeah
 

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Originally Posted by RunningBeagle
Is this some kind of benchmark? Doesn't make much sense the higher you go, assuming compounding raises.

Why? Your earnings only need to increase by $2,500/year, which will represent progressively less of a raise as a percentage of your salary as you age.
 

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