Post # 1
Hi bees! In the other thread speaking about careers, someone mentioned the pay was good for her age. This made me wonder what the average salary is for women early in their careers. I realize this will vary by industry and location, but maybe it will give some insight!
Post # 3
I voted what it was before I quit my job at the beginning of last month.
In NYC I was making $75k and am 27 years old.
For my position I was actually fairly underpaid. Average for the job was $100k.
I worked as a Business Analyst in the Financial Industry.
Post # 4
I think it will vary a lot by location. I’m an administrative assistant, I make about 30k. It’s quite a bit higher than minimum wage obviously but it’s definitely lower than most around here.
I’m 22 🙂
Post # 5
I’m a 28 year old web developer living in Kansas City. I make $57K.
Post # 6
I’m a Land Admin for an Oil & Gas Company, I’m 24 and I make $54K a year.
Post # 7
I’m 24 and make $60K/year in Regulatory Affairs (Biomedical engineering degree).
Darling Husband is 25 and makes about $63K/year as a healthcare consultant (Industrial engineering degree).
(I included us both since I know you go to GT like we did. Thought I’d include the extra GT grad!)
Post # 8
I’m an x-ray tech in a Chicago suburb, I make $52K/year base plus overtime
Post # 9
@Mrs.KMM: I thought about doing my degree in biomedical engineering. I was a bio major instead, I hope to get back into biotech at some point. Probably on the business side now.
Post # 10
I make about 30K a year and am an office manager in Santa Barbara. That’s barely scraping by here. Lameface. 🙁
Post # 11
@KatNYC2011: A Bio major who became a Business Analyst in the Financial Industry, hum?? That can’t be the typical pathway! 🙂
I definitely have more interest in the pure sciences side of BME than the engineering side. If I hadn’t been BME, I probably would have been Bio or BioChem over some other type of engineering. I thought about going to grad school for virology or my MPH.
Post # 12
It ranges from 85 – 90k depending on bonus season, 26 and a Financial Analyst in NYC
Post # 13
@Mrs.KMM: Yeah.. pretty non-standard career path, but I really enjoy the work.
My dream job would be something in the horse world, but I think I’m just going to have to find a career I like enough to support my horse habit!
Post # 14
definately location will make a difference. Think about cost of living in San Francisco vs South Bend, Indiana?!
Post # 15
I’m a grad student/ college instructor. They pay me in tears and inferiority.
But seriously, I make juuuuuust enough to make rent and buy food and beer for 2 people in a major city in California, pending no mishaps or emergencies. Knock on wood.
Post # 16
@Beluga: Gotta love how you are/are educating the next generation, but the pay is barely enough to get by.