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Wooly
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Member since Feb 2012
12606 posts

Starting salary for your career

Just curious to see what most peoples starting salary was when they first started their career

Bar me shitting the bed in my final interview $39, 900. Full benefits. Dont know about vacation. Paying for me to finish school

OT baller status - failure

Im still excited... its in the field I want


Im sure this will be full of truth
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Cajun Revolution
George Washington Fan
Member since Apr 2009
44671 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
42,000 full benefits. 4.5 weeks vacation
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TH03
Notre Dame Fan
Member since Dec 2008
102437 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
no salary, just a day rate, $175/day, no benefits, no deductions, etc.
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MrSmith
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
3146 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
36,000 while in college


The Future
Iowa State Fan
Smallville, KS
Member since Oct 2009
22661 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
7.25 an hour FML


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Paedin
LA-Lafayette Fan
Probably on a rig
Member since Apr 2012
1704 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
50k, 2 weeks, full benefits


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TulaneTigerFan
Tulane Fan
Seattle
Member since Sep 2005
35856 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
$12.75 an hour son


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Carson123987
LSU Fan
Middle Court at the Rec
Member since Jul 2011
40974 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
waiting for my superior (owner's son) to stick just to reffing pro hockey so i can be General Manager. Will update after


mattz1122
Houston Fan
Member since Oct 2007
31573 posts
Online

re: Starting salary for your career
Another Wooly thread that will bring a lot of honesty.


75k


Iona Fan Man
Iona Fan
Member since Jan 2006
27462 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
34,000+car allowance($400)+cell phone($100)+laptop+phoneline/internet($60)..1998


Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
12606 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
That would be fun as hell

Those refs get paid to almost play sports


Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
12606 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
I just know the right questions to ask


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TDawg1313
Washington Fan
WA
Member since Jul 2009
9824 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
A little more than $27/hour with great benefits.


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Carson123987
LSU Fan
Middle Court at the Rec
Member since Jul 2011
40974 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
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That would be fun as hell

Those refs get paid to almost play sports


i know huh? he's really good. He's working as GM now in lafayette and travels to like cincinnati, dallas, miami, georgia and shite and he said it's too much driving, so he may go live in dallas and just do the officiating. he makes good money and i want his job


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RedMustang
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2011
4757 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
$17,000, but that was many moons ago.


BOSCEAUX
LSU Fan
Where the Down Boys go.
Member since Mar 2008
35057 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
I started as hourly 15 years ago at $16/hour with full benefits and 2 weeks vacation.

I've been salary for 5 years now with full benefits and 5 weeks.


jimbeam
USA Fan
University of LSU
Member since Oct 2011
36357 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
around 50k plus benefits


tigersandsaints
Old Dominion Fan
Norfolk,Va
Member since Dec 2005
1514 posts
Online

re: Starting salary for your career
89.00 a day plus benefits


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Cosmo
UNO Fan
glassman's guest house
Member since Oct 2003
68356 posts
Online

re: Starting salary for your career
350-400k

absolutely not lying
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Iona Fan Man
Iona Fan
Member since Jan 2006
27462 posts

re: Starting salary for your career
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350-400k

absolutely not lying



what was the conversion rate to dollars?


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