Salary Calculator for Students and Recent Grads
Wondering if your employer is paying you as much as they should? Sending out resumes and interviewing for new jobs and wondering what a fair hourly rate of pay or salary should receive?
Don't rely upon salary calculators gathered only from users of a specific web site and therefore very skewed, inherently unreliable data collected by career service offices or national associations which are pulled from scientifically invalid polls, and other invalid methods of collecting out-of-date data.
College Recruiter uses statistically significant and current survey data from the following government agencies: U.S. Federal Reserve, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the National Center for Education Statistics. The data we use from those sources won't be public for another year. This means that it is a lot more current and therefore more accurate than our competitors who use old data. ALSO our data scientists have SIGNIFICANT expertise in knowing how best to collect, compile, and analyze the data rather than just dumping it in your lap and telling you to figure out what to do with it. In addition, we assimilate data from a number of proprietary resources to create our database.
Salary Calculator for Students and Recent Grads ResultsYour salary data output values, seeking employment as in :
There are persons employed as in .
Starting salaries (The 10th percentile) for this occupation are $
The median salary for this occupation is $.
The top earners for this occupation have an annualized salary of $
Based upon the information that you have provided, the market will likely offer you an annual salary of approximately $. The above figures represent monetary compensation only, and do not include any other forms of compensation, such as: benefits, overtime or bonus pay.