Any insight on salaries for Counsel at Comcast? It’s a required application question with tons of options in the range up to $210k+ with no “open to negotiation” option.

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No idea, but I type in 000,000 if a numerical answer is required.


Depends on level and department. I’d put in 000,000. Bonus structure is based on level and salary….and mgmt grants would also be part of total comp.

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