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From hgos...@csc.com.au
Subject RE: Looking for junior Java/Struts developers
Date Wed, 04 Feb 2004 05:11:44 GMT
I looked up client/server programmer on Monster.com and got the average 
for Vermont:

Client/Server Programmer I  Burlington, VT 
25th%ile                Median          75th%ile 
$42,973         $48,589         $55,303 

Programmer I  Burlington, VT 
25th%ile                 Median                 75th%ile 
$40,892        $45,231        $51,272 


So there you go. I am a grad myself (Australian) but I can't tell you what 
I earn. I can probably get away with saying that it is a lot less that 
that... mind you that is an average and not for a graduate. I would say 
that "about 50k" for one year experience is probably only slightly higher 
than the median.

Did anyone actually go to the website for this company and look for the 
supposed job posting on their careers site? coz it isn't there.

Heya Gosper
CSC Australia
212 Northbourne Ave, Braddon ACT 2612
Ph: +61 (0) 2 6246 8155  Fax: +61 (0) 2 62468100
MOB: 0401 611779
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ajay <abra9823@mail.usyd.edu.au>
04/02/2004 03:34 PM
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whats a graduate programmer worth? i'm told to accept 45k, which i believe 
in
the states would be 30k or roundabouts.
*sniff* US 50k *sniff*
i wonder how many years i'll have to slave for before i see money like 
that.








50k US??? Thats like 85k over here - which is a *lot* more than even a 
very
senior programmer is worth nevermind a junior. 85k for a JUNIOR 
programmer.
Wow! You could buy a car with that! (Which unlike junior programmers are
distinctly not cheap over here. <sigh/>)

so... whats the tax rate like over in the States these days?
;-)



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