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Salary Survey: 2013 Delivers Bigger Paychecks

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awerle
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awerle   9/13/2013 11:14:02 PM
I don't know where you folks are, because in the region I'm in they wouldn't be keeping you w/o a degree.  And these national average salaries are over the top -- again, here even my Masters in Engineering our businesses are not paying such wages.  So, I suggest you who are still finding yourselves on the winning side of this economy should realize you may be one manager/actuary decision away from the other side, and so count your blessings each and every morning that you're allowed to participate.

dov.rossitzan@argoncorp.com
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dov.rossitzan@argoncorp.com   7/1/2014 2:20:10 PM
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It is not important if you have BSC MSC or DSC  or TBD

The main thing is GOOD ENGINEERING PRACTICE! = you know to design what your company need reliable and in time.

And if you are not happy find a new job.

ONLY by changing to a new job the salary is better !

Good luck

dov.rossitzan@argoncorp.com

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