>Post your highest level of education.
>Post your income.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Bachelor of new media
Other 2 year degrees in programming, game design, and animation.
Job = McDonald's Fry Cook
Salary = $16,500 a year
>>Implying an anonymous website where people are known to estat everything would provide any sort of statistical relevance
As much as asking random people on the street in a common statistical survey. If you want this shit to stop, all anons should post the same answers.
I dropped out of business economics cause my mom went in a coma for a couple of weeks. I decided to go a faster route to graduate quicker through trades, which did not work out
Now I'm back in college taking finance to try and get back into university since I can afford to pay tuition and the company I work for pays for 1/3rd of it
Hopefully I can raise my GPA from 1.81 to a 3 by the time I'm in 2nd year
$12k/year in expenses/bills. $500 for rent, $500 for all other bills, including food per month
Working towards a $70k/year civilian job in a few years.
I work with Ballistic Missiles and associated control systems.
>My first job, I didn't negotiate since I was desparate: $71k. My second job 18 months later when I negotiated from a place of strength $120k +7.5k signing.
Always negotiate. Always.
BSc Computer Science
Technically, ~50k of that was stock grants which could decrease in value in 2016 and ~20k was a discretionary bonus. But my 2015 year-end bonus paid in January of this year was 28k, my raise was 10k, and I have 70k of stock grants vesting this year so it shouldn't decrease even if the stock drops.
800.000 euro a year
Nothing past 3th year of high school.
I inherited this shit and I turned out to be really good at it.
Im reading all of you people and im kinda sad..lol im starting to study accounting here in Argentina and it's a good job but i want to be a businessman some day and im very interested in wall street and those things.but fuck i wish i have born in USA or some good place because here if you end up a career you kinda get a normal salary you know..and that's all and if you are in other countryss if you fucking get a degree or something you earn like tons of money,fuck this anyway im planing to finish university and move to another country anyway and work as a businessman or as an accountant but for now im 18 and fucking stuck with the crazy ass shit of my mom who is a fucing ass drunk bitch,
fucking hate my life
1) Attitudes have been changing on that. I think under 1 year is a definite red flag, but 1-2 years is just iffy.
2) unless my new company collapses I will be here for 2+ years so it won't matter when I look for another position.
3) Just appearance-wise my employment stretch from 2014-2016 so most people don't ask followup questions in terms of what month to what month.
To be in a position of strength as an applicant, there are a few things that I did:
0) I went through headhunters never submitted a resume directly (my suspicion is that those positions are usually filled by the friends/relatives of current employees anyway.)
1)I told recruiters that I was only casually looking for a position and that I would only jump for the right offer not the first one which was true.
2) I kept as many kettles as possible going at the same time. A few days after one final interview, I was in another. I got offers from both firms and played them against each other. You can in fact do this without there being a second offer, but you have to do a little research to make it seem realistic, and when someone in the final interview asks you what's next in your job search, you need to tell them that you have another upcoming interview in 2 days etc...