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Not a real job tho, first time being paid - a onepager.
- Euro (€)
- Germany, half remote, half at the agency (1 week, 30min away from home)
- "Minijob"/Internship (=no taxes for me, b*tch!)
- 0 (I had a 2 week unpaid internship there before)
- No? (I honestly don't get the question)
- Male, student btw, <18yo
— ~400€ (once)
Edit: he wanted to pay me more, but that's not legal as a minijob - I guess they plan to recruit me..
jespersh266670dCould you make a gist we could just copy? And assume this is before taxes, pensions. Maybe not include cash bonuses
@1989 The reason I am asking is because of the question referenced in my question. I'm wondering if people are really willing to talk about their salaries. I'll be honest, I'm not.
@1989 That's fair! To be clear, I'm asking because I'm interested in how many people are actually willing to discuss this more than I am the content of the responses.
2lazy2debug416970dWell I live in Switzerland and it Night be higher than an average European :
Currency : CHF (1€ =1.18chf in average)
Yearly salary : ~70’000 CHF/year
Position : junior ecm administrator/developer/manager (I manage the whole thing)
Full time job
Now, if I lived in Germany it could be a high salary but here in Switzerland it’s a bit more than an average one :)
AdrienNini115770dI live in Belgium. I'm still a student and I work 1 month each summer to be able to pay my studies.
Currently working for a big multinational in the sector of energy.
- work on site
- creating an intranet using SharePoint + updating a database tool
- student job, 20yo (very low taxes)
- one 8€ lunch ticket/day
Personally I have no taboo talking about salary if a coworker asks me the question. And as long as I remember, since my first job, I never had any problem talking about money.
- CHF (Swiss Dollhairs)
- about 30 minutes by public teleport
- "Software Developer" eventhough I do fullstack: Server installation, building pcs, big websites, apps, ...
- 3 years at a real workplace, but I'd say about 5-8 years experience, depending on the task
- nope, I have not and will not share it
- I identify as an Oracle DB at the moment. ask me again in 10 minutes
1 Aug 2018 was 1 year
Not shy about my salary, not allowed to share with co workers. I don't brag but I don't lie if asked my friends or relatives
Male (20 years old)
Brolls290345dI’ve been in contracting and full time for awhile, at my peak full time in London I was on 38k (£).
Currently I’m contracting through my own company, working from home.
I do 3-5 days a week.
I receive £200 a day, with a deferment scheme to receive an additional £150 for every day worked once they close their funding round.
I’ve been lucky enough that I’ve sort of jumped from job to job, and kicked out of a number of them, even paid to leave a couple (largely due to mental health).
Each of my jumps usually saw a jump in salary on average of 5-10k.
I’ve been in work for 6 years, I dropped out of uni (comp sci), and I’m 28.
I now live back home with my mother in rural Wisbech, and working here from home has done wonders for my mental health away from the city.
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