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Job Title - Junior Product Manager

 

Area - London

 

Salary - £26k

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Contract software developer. Currently £250 a day working from home

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Director (family businesses) - 30-50k (depends on profits)

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Management accountant 32 + addons

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MI Analyst 27k , looking to move on ASAP need to be in that 35k bracket.

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Job Title: Director, founder - 7kpa tax free

 

Marketing Assistant - 20kpa tax free

 

Barrista - 65kpa 10% tax

 

mad when u look at it like that and still see how you need more

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Fak I need to catch up on this job game

Thought most wud b on 18k - 20k

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Fak I need to catch up on this job game

Thought most wud b on 18k - 20k

How old are you?

 

18-20k is good money

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I should b earning 24k at my age as well

At this moment on time I'll take most full time work

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Fak I need to catch up on this job game

Thought most wud b on 18k - 20k

 

Trust, I'm impressed.

 

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Anyone ever asked for a raise at work?

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IT Infrastructure Engineer - 24K

 

After my MCSA il be looking 28k

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Have asked for a raise before, I recommend it. My old manager was shocked but my director liked it.

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always risky with raises unless you have a power play i wouldnt advise it, if you feel as if without you the company will suffer go for the kill

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if you don't ask more time you probably won't get

 

Saying that i have been lucky. I once didn't ask for a pay rise for 2 years. Brought it up sheepishly (hate talking about money, don't know why) and got a 6k pay rise. I didn't even specify a figure.

 

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i guess it depends on the industry or your situation

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Props to a lot of you guys still. Sitting on good money fi unnu age.

Me I'm a lowly shop manager on about 18k

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18k equates to 1500 per month which to me is very good money in hindsight

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busting my arse for about 22k doing security

 

gna stack n switch it up at the end of nexx year

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I remember when i applied for my role.

 

it was 23 to 28k

 

They were prepared to give someone 28k.

 

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Im 23 years old but i reckon with my exp if i was lets say 30 i would be on that 28.

 

some people are funny

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I remember when i applied for my role.

 

it was 23 to 28k

 

They were prepared to give someone 28k.

 

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Im 23 years old but i reckon with my exp if i was lets say 30 i would be on that 28.

 

some people are funny

 

by the time you're 30 you'll be making over 35k so i wouldnt worry now depending on your career

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trust, a lot of you are on good money at your age with more earning potential imo.

 

i was earning fuck all in my early 20s :lol:

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If you're worth your money they won't want to lose you. 

 

We pay a competitive wage but are we offering increases? 'here have some more money'.. nope. 

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none of your business how much money i earn. what's it got to do with u anyhow

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