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Are you paid what you are worth??

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take their free Salary Wizard and find out. I did this today and i'll be speaking with the boss man monday morning. I make about 10k shy of what they consider "median" for my job.

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www.salary.com

take their free Salary Wizard and find out. I did this today and i'll be speaking with the boss man monday morning. I make about 10k shy of what they consider "median" for my job.

Give it a shot!!
might want to go in with more than "this website says I should make more"

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there is no way the median pay range of grocery store stockers in the zip code of 55902 is 28,875. i make the most out of all the stockers in the grocery department in the only grocery store in the zip code of 55902 and i only got about $20,311.03 last year. and with that said that proves that site is a highballer. it put me in the "lower 30 percent". i know for a fact what all my coworkers make and it is not more than me.

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Well, that just makes me want to go to work all that much more knowing that I'm being screwed, lol... I know I'm underpaid since I work for a small company, but dang. If I factor in the cost of insurance for the family, my 401K, and a few other small deductions I still come out almost 8K in the hole according to that site. Even if they are a highballer I am still about 4K under what they consider a Level II/III Telecom Technician.

Then again they do pay for my training and tools, so I guess the fringe makes up some of that, as some of the training I've taken is several hundred per class.

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I hope my boss never sees that site! Actually I hope my boss never puts in my zip code into that and checks, since at the home offices zip code they get about 25k more a year, and probably 35k/40k more where some co-workers live!

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im a maintenance supervisor for a retirement co....im salaried at 2450 a month....im way underpaid for what i do for this company.

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I was way underpaid, so, I walked out the door and got another job - I'm actually starting with the new Co. on Tuesday the 22ND. I got myself a $3,800 / year raise and much better benefits in the process. Fortunately for me, in my field the demand exceeds the supply of qualified people.

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I broke the website. Can't figure out why I am in the military in this zip code.

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According to their website with basic info, yes. But they don't have a position that says, "Warehouse, delivery, computer specialist, HR representative, p/t salesman, A/V and appliance installer."

I work at one of those companies that likes to stick you with as many responsibilities as they can so they don't have to hire someone new, but still pay you as much as the new guys. I barely made $20k last year. I'm told I do an excellent job, even by the manager, and I'm well liked by most everybody. I started as an installer making $9.50/hour, stayed at that much when I moved to delivery after 10 months (which was like a raise, as they started out at $9). But at my 1yr review, I was given a $.75 raise to $10.25. Meanwhile, the new guys coming in are making $10/hour before I had my review. I've been here for almost 2 years now, breaking my back by carrying stupid SubZs to all the rich [email protected]$tards up in the Yellowstone Club, sliding around on the ice and snow that they can't have shovelled before we get there, trying to pull the truck out when it gets stuck, and then our warehouse manager yells at us for being slow. I'm getting tired of it and I'm ready to leave.

The thing is, three of our warehouse guys are leaving in a month when school is out, because they'll have degrees. So they need us, really. Do I give them my notice, or what?

I figure, I'll just keep applying for the technical jobs at the school (MSU), and as soon as they offer me one, I'm gone! An extra $2+ per hour (pushing me up $5-10k per year), maybe a salaried position, and six free credits per semester, that's too good to turn down. I need to finish my degree, and I'd rather not pay more for school than I already have.

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I was way underpaid, so, I walked out the door and got another job - I'm actually starting with the new Co. on Tuesday the 22ND. I got myself a 3,800 / year raise and much better benefits in the process. Fortunately for me, in my field the demand exceeds the supply of qualified people.

Fortunately for me, in my field the demand exceeds the supply of qualified people.

Same here Trunk, That is why I am in Philly, Pay is very much better than the same job back in NC

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According to statistics I saw a few days ago in a truancy prevention program for the Fort Worth ISD..a HS graduate (like me) only makes about 29k/year...but where I work I make twice as much or what an employee with a bachelor degree would make..so yea...I'm paid more than I should, but I know I'm worth more..:-D

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Mine actually is about right. Doesn't seem to consider any benefit information, like heath insurance. I have paid over 1k a month for it when I was on my own.
Most people think they are underpaid, but in this economy be glad you have a job unless you live with your parents then you don't have to worry about how to make your house payments or how you are going to feed your family let alone your childs college tuition. Been there done that, not fun. Probably the hardest job I ever had was trying to find one in a bad economy after I got laid off.
Be thankful for what you have. If you think you deserve more, try to find another job that pays more. I personally would not tell my boss based on this survey that I deserve more. You might find yourself first on the layoff list.
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My job isn't listed...pest control technician. I know I'm underpaid, with no benefits, but atleast I have a job.

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I'm actually paid dead on for median before I consider benefits, so plus one for the military. However, that's only going on for another few months, so if I may ask, Trunk Monkey and Thunder Checken, what fields are you guys in? I could use a tip or two!

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I'm actually paid dead on for median before I consider benefits, so plus one for the military. However, that's only going on for another few months, so if I may ask, Trunk Monkey and Thunder Checken, what fields are you guys in? I could use a tip or two!
I work in metals inspection. The possibilities are limitless. Pressure vessels, pressure piping, storage tanks, amusement park rides, power generation turbines, structural steel, cell phone towers, etc. Basically, anything made of metal or put together with a weld is fair game.

I've been to forge shops, steel fabrication shops, foundries, and numerous different locations in the field in and outside of the country.

The American Welding Society and the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) are the main organizations in my chosen profession.

I know what ThunderChecken does but I'll let him tell you about that.

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As far as my profession, I am in the same boat as Trunk Monkey where the demand exceeds the supply for my particular area of expertise. I am in the telecommunications field in the programming/installation end of it. With this type of background, you can pretty much go anywhere in the country and find decent-paying jobs with excellent benefits.

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Very cool, thanks to both of you guys! I think I might be closer to telecom with my current training and clearances, but I'm looking into both. Thanks again guys, I really appreciate it!

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according to that bell curve, I'm below the 10% range. The worst part is my current job is about 10K higher than what I was being paid at my last job, and is about 10K higher than what one company I interviewed with was willing to pay me.

I would love to be in the median of what it says that I'm worth, but there is nowhere here in Ohio that is going to pay a Product Engineer with about 5 years of experience $70-80K. If there is anyone that knows where I can find a job like that...PLEASE let me know, as I've got a Thunderbird to support....

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I make a bit over the median and I'm due a raise two weeks ago.




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current job (inventory control at a warehouse) 10% range, $22,000/yr
job when i get out of college (medical laboratory technician) median range, $35,000yr
fiancées job when she gets outta school (nurse practitioner) $70,000yr


great, the wife will be making twice as much money as me, with twice as much control over it

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current job (inventory control at a warehouse) 10% range, $22,000/yr
job when i get out of college (medical laboratory technician) median range, $35,000yr
fiancées job when she gets outta school (nurse practitioner) $70,000yr


great, the wife will be making twice as much money as me, with twice as much control over it
That means twice as much...."Yes Dear"...

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Based on the bell curve I'm in the 15% range, which sounds about right in comparing Gov't jobs to private sector jobs.

Thankfully I'm not paid for what I do, but rather what I can do.

I'm like the Maytag repair man. If I'm doing my job properly, I'm not "doing" anything.

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Or like me setting at home, programming phone switchs across the USA from my PC Most of the time, 25 % local travel.

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