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Old 06-11-2006, 04:24 PM   #101
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Moreover, what is your position at the loan center? I was thinking of going into the same career as you.
We dont call it a loan center, but a regional center....I'm an AVP - Relationship Underwriter (I only deal with >$5M commercial real estate loans) and will most likely be promoted to a VP by the end of the year...
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Old 06-11-2006, 04:25 PM   #102
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I think ppl who makes more than 150k/year should state what they do so we have something to look to.
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Old 06-11-2006, 05:22 PM   #103
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I'm 28 and I have a degree in Naval Architecture (engineering). I work as a contract manager (lately more in sales tasks),
and make roughly $100k a year gross, depending on how much I travel etc.

Good part about my job is that I get to travel around the world. Only this year I've already been to Australia, French Polynesia (Tahiti, Bora Bora etc.), Mexico, Caribbean Islands, Bahamas, Italy, Germany etc.
I don't think there's a single Island in the Caribbean Ocean where the cruise ships call and I would not have been...

The bad part is, I have to travel...lol! Seriously, it's quite rough sometimes. Especially for the gf.

I need start up a business or something, cause working for someone will never get me to them Ferraris...lol!
I hear there's good potential in the telecommunications field... j/k
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Old 06-11-2006, 05:26 PM   #104
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Hey Juha, your field sounds quite interesting, infact, I was looking into that but did'nt find any schools in sofla for that. Where did you attend college.

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LOL... I still have a tiny bit of 'weekend life'...


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Programmer. I write the firewall/wireless software that your porn traffic goes through
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122k programming? That sounds a little off the average scale of 60K... are you a programming IT manager? Or just a programmer? Im not doubting you by any means.. just wondering..
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122k programming? That sounds a little off the average scale of 60K... are you a programming IT manager? Or just a programmer? Im not doubting you by any means.. just wondering..
Well he does live in No Cal. which has one of the highest avg. IT salaries of anywhere in the US...
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122k programming? That sounds a little off the average scale of 60K... are you a programming IT manager? Or just a programmer? Im not doubting you by any means.. just wondering..
Not a manager, just a grunt software engineer. Silicon Valley have higher compensation packages when compared to other parts of the country. Average salaries are around 80-90k, with very senior ppl getting upwards of 150-160k, excluding stock options. Managers in Silicon Valleys don't necessarily get paid more than engineers.

Btw, IT is a completely different field than SW/HW engineering. One is responsible for developing the networking products, while the other one is responsible for using it.
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