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Hammertime
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apples
Member since Jan 2012
16868 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


My first job was right at $28k in 2011. No benefits or shite like that, only mileage. Some weeks, I made more on mileage than I did on salary.

Had to come back to school because I would've stayed at that salary for 5 years, then gone up to $35k for 10 years, then $45k. frick that






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BugAC
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2007
19407 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


42k, full benefits, $200/wk subsistence This was in 2005.





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theBeard
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Golf Tech Board
Member since Jul 2011
6246 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


69,200 + health,dental,401K, 3wks vacay, phone, car allow, and laptop





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Restomod
Oregon Fan
Highland Park, Tx
Member since Mar 2012
3134 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


$135k

Plant Operator






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Restomod
Oregon Fan
Highland Park, Tx
Member since Mar 2012
3134 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


$135k

Plant Operator






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Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
12378 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


now that i cant post as much i have to make them count





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TheDiesel
LSU Fan
Houston via Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2010
2474 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


65k, good benefits and 401k matching after 1 year. Haven't been here a yet so no clue if/how much of a bump I will get





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Restomod
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Highland Park, Tx
Member since Mar 2012
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re: Starting salary for your career


Double post


This post was edited on 3/5 at 9:35 am


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Ash Williams
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South of i-10
Member since May 2009
9827 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


nice salary

2 weeks.

full benefits

car allowance

laptop

phone

free coffee



This post was edited on 3/5 at 8:36 am


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TigahRag
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Sorting Out OT BS Since 2005
Member since May 2005
128686 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


just 6 away ..





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Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
12378 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


you retiring it after that? or going to keep going?





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BACONisMEATcandy
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Delta, Amex, & Über Threads
Member since Dec 2007
41965 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


I cleared more money one summer working offshore than my starting salary after I graduated





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Tmacelroy12
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Houston
Member since Aug 2012
5489 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


quote:

4.5 weeks vacation 


You get 4.5 weeks starting out? You a teacher?

ETA: 51,000 with 3 wks vaca that you have to accrue. Full benefits



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VetteGuy
LSU Fan
Mandeville
Member since Feb 2008
13323 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


$9.00 per hour, after 90 days it went to $9.45.
Sperry in 1984.
I was overpaid.

It was a big step down in pay from offshore, but it got me into IT.






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Salmon
USA Fan
On the trails
Member since Feb 2008
29925 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


I made more delivering building supplies during my college summer job than my first real job post college.





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Kay
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2011
802 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


Out of college I was making $30k, three years later making $40k. I'm fine with that for now. I have the house and car I want and go on a couple of vacations a year.





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raw dog
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2011
329 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


70k and a tasty bonus. Working 80+ hours, I hate it.





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DesignTiger
Auburn Fan
Auburn
Member since Jun 2011
547 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


45k-50k industrial designer





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redstick13
Wofford Fan
Cameroon
Member since Feb 2007
22456 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


The 2013 O&G Salary Guide just came out if anyone is interested in it.





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WhistlinDixie87
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The Branch
Member since Feb 2013
123 posts

re: Starting salary for your career


Starting? I am calling BS



70+ and awesome benefits, usually doubles within 2-3 years.






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