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Started this year with 73k year, ending with 200k year. This year has been crazy! Super blessed and humbling experience. Any crazy jump anybody?

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Yes, I went from $156k to $236k TC. (Over 50% increase for those of you not wanting to switch to your calculator app)

The crazy part is I got that without changing jobs, just regular promotion cycle!

I was getting ready to jump but figured I'd give the company one last chance. Good thing I did!

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Where do you work?

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Jumped from government in June (GS-12, 7 yoe) to Consulting as an Associate ($121k base), and got a MSA effective on Saturday ($127,690). 68% pay hike over the span of 6 months.

May sound modest to some, but to me the full progression has been far above what I expected. Hoping to hit $150,000 this year:

August 2014: $27,400 (GS 03)

August 2015: Fellowship Ended

August - October 2015: $0

October 2015 - December 2015: $600 (internship)

December 2015: $27,675 (GS 03) (time in service didn’t transfer, chalked up to naïveté in not challenging HR more)

March 2016: $31,521 (GS 04) Grew some confidence, challenged HR, got a mid-year promotion

December 2016: $35,265 (GS 05)
December 2017: $44,941 (GS 07)
December 2018: $56,233 (GS 09)
December 2019: $69,581 (GS 11)
December 2020: $86,335 (GS 12)
June 2021: $121,000 (Joined my firm)
January 2022: $127,690 (MSA)

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High likelihood your wife had a higher step. I was always GS XX-Step 1. Here were the 2020 totals: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/salary-tables/pdf/2020/DCB.pdf

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Started with depression this year. Ending with more depression this year, plus bonus obviously.

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Sending good vibes! Opportunities are right around the corner. Hang on my friend

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$105K base (and $50 1800FLOWERS bonus) to $173 base + 20% bonus

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@SC4, was an SC at EY, then moved to SKP as an SC ($135k base, 16% bonus), and then got promoted to Manager ($173 base, 20% bonus). Note we updated our titles effective Jan 1 so historical and current TC based on title won’t align correctly.

$188k to up to $450k TC

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What type of role at faang out of curiosity? I though AP did mostly RX work and not sure where that typically slots in tech

Left Amazon, was making 180k, with no prospects a few weeks ago.

Just signed 250k offer at a startup.

Im a frontend engineer with 14 yoe

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DA1 = Data Analyst 1 = the person who posted before D2 aka Deloitte 2

Started with 0 this year and ending the year with adding six more 0's. What a ride.

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I went from 76 to 150 but dang ya got me on that 😂 great feeling but if anything I just realized how little “6-figures” is in the grand scheme of being “rich”. Certainly far from it. Nevertheless still super stoked on where I am. Congrats to you OP

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114k+15k eoy bonus (which I left for before I got)

To 205k base, $50k in various bonuses, and up to $120k in potential bonuses coming up in 7 months.

Deloitte to S&.

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Thanks!

67k base to 130k base

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Lol that BASE jump is actually pretty big

$120K to $180K and just got into law school! Life is certainly wild some times

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I can’t imagine law school with full time professional career. Dual MBA was hard enough

97k this time last year. Today $170k (base).

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5 years in talent. Workforce Transformation to Talent and Org

Similar jump for me $100k -$220k; fortune for the opportunities, experiences, and what’s ahead!

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153k on Dec 31 2020 to 210k on Jan 15 of this year. Plus bonus obviously.

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82K this time last year we to 110k now and starting 155K in January.

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6 YOE starting with another B4 in Jan. Tax

380 to 640

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Wow ok. I only ever meet SCs or Ms who moved over to MAANG but a former MD who says life is actually much better at MAANG....what an endorsement.

Lol I made a jump from It audit to management consulting at big 4. Salary jump is not too wild 55k to 115k. Apparently I should have asked for more lmao..I feel the exits will be worth it later on the though.

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That’s a huuuuge jump… congrats

240 to 390 .. blessed

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What type of role at faang?

Impressive OP!

My growth hasn't been nearly as meteoric as yours in a year, but it's been good enough for me.

Year 3: 120k
Year 4: 170k (consulting into tech)
Year 5: 180k
Year 6: 225k
Year 7: 350k

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Is this TC factoring in equity growth?

Hmm. I need this success recipe. Well, as long as I dont end up paying for a MLM scam ..

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@EM1 - Know your worth, job change with your best nego skills!

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Common now people, y’all at least should tell us what company + position you started with and the company + position you ended with. Don’t make us beg please

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90k-143k but that's without job hopping

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