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alert.gif posted on 12.14.2016 at 04:53 PM
Your salary is probably a fraction of what first-year workers earn in Silicon Valley


The average annual salary for a first-year worker at a Silicon Valley technology firm is likely more than $105,000, Bloomberg reports, plus a nearly $13,000 stock bonus and almost $26,000 cash bonus.

The national average salary is $48,098, according to the Social Security Administration.

And just to twist the knife a little further, another study found Silicon Valley interns earn a median $6,800 monthly, which annualizes to $81,600. Kelly Gonsalves


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[*] posted on 12.14.2016 at 04:55 PM


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The national average salary is $48,098, according to the Social Security Administration.



That's what white folk make, not our minimum wage friends and neighbors. :sarcastic:

$105,000? Prolly NEVER in our lifetimes. :coffee:


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They don't hire black people in Silicon Valley. A black janitor here, perhaps; a black janitor there, but mostly white janitors along with East Indian workers (who get paid 3/4 of white salaries), everywhere.




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[*] posted on 6.10.2017 at 03:30 PM


If you want this type of salary....STUDY computer science and other related fields...and stride to get a "B" average or better in school.

Can't afford it?

Start out at a community college for the first 2 to 3 years....then TRANSFER to a four year school with a strong program in computers.

Anyone can do this IF you're willing to put in the time and energy!

it easy to sit back and complain....:ummm:
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