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What do you do and how much do you make?

>geophysicist
>52k

>> No.9194842

>>9194821
>math
>100k

>> No.9194850

>>9194842
nice. what do you do? how long have you been working?

>> No.9194852

>>9194821
>math phd
>35 k

>> No.9194853

>>9194821
> banker
> 350k

>> No.9194856

>>9194821
>Farmer
>$2400/yr

Just enough to pay property taxes, insurance, and a couple utilities.

>> No.9194875

PhD chemist
$97.5k with minor benefits but lots of stock

>> No.9194910

>>9194821
>Postdoc research fellow
>40K

>> No.9194928
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>truck driver
>67k

>> No.9194933
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>NEET / tutor
>math, physics, and computer science on high school level
>17$ an hour, 400$ a month on average

It is livable for an eastern europoor. I am thinking of tutoring British and Australian students online. I have a wacom tablet and morning hours are afternoon in Australia, while I am only 2 hours behind Britain. The problem is that their tutoring websites require official papers and shit (tax, diploma, etc.) so I have no way to advertise myself for them. if I could charge 20 to 30 dollar and hour and teach 4 hours a day I could live nicely.

>> No.9194937

>>9194933
>2 hours behind Britain
U fuking wat

>> No.9194941

>>9194821
25 year old NEET.
4 - 6% yearly interest on a 5 million dollar inheritance.
Not sure what I want to study yet.

>> No.9194942

>>9194821

>writing up PhD in machine learning
>0k

>> No.9194946

>>9194852
Sounds about right

>>9194875
Kek. Doctorate chemist in private industry only making 95k/yr. Did you do your phd at devry?

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9194968

> theoretical thermodynamic bio-physics

500k

>> No.9194984

>Chef at Wendy's
>$8.75/hr

>> No.9195018

>>9194984
My girlfriend is majoring in gastronomy and I know that you are not a chef, you are cook. Stop stroking your dick.

>> No.9195023

>>9195018
>being this much of an autist

>> No.9195026

>>9195018
that explains how she got so good at swallowing eh lad

>> No.9195034

>>9195023
Nothing wrong with knowing the terminology. It is not like I'm some snob elitist, it is just that when she has tests she reviews by reading it out loud so I've heard the definitions.

I know that chef is reserved for someone who is in charge of a kitchen in a formal restaurant and there is also the seus-chef who serves as acting chef when the chef isn't there and the executive chef who also has business responsibilities.

You fry shit. You are a cook.

>> No.9195058

>math
>300k
Just started last week. If I don't get a promotion soon I'm going to get a job somewhere else though.

>> No.9195079

>>9195034
How new r u

>> No.9195110

>>9195058
Quant?

>> No.9195115

>>9194821
BC grad student
29k a year with summers

>> No.9195116

>>9194821
>Math/Theoretical physics student
>Only whatever scraps my Shapeways shop earns me

>> No.9195118

EE grad student, work on MOCVD.
Don't know exactly how much I make (multiple funding sources), but it's around 35k, including summer.

>> No.9195365

>>9194946
It's a startup, hence the stocks you dingus.

>> No.9195369

TA
1300$/month
I just want that 300k starting dude can I make it?

>> No.9195387

>>9194821
Wait what the flying fuck anon, i'm a junior in geophysics, please don't tell me after all this learning and PDE's that i'm only going to get paid 50k, do you work at a tiny company or something?

>> No.9195390

>engineering estimator w/ HS diploma for utility company
>$100k/year w/ extensive benefits

>> No.9195391

>>9195387
why would you constrain yourself to just learn how to solve like a tiny subset of PDEs? switch to physics before it's too late.

>> No.9195546

>>9195391
Wait, the PDE's in strauss's text aren't enough?!
This is bullshit, what's the point anymore.

>> No.9195549

>Software developer
>110k plus stock + bonuses

>> No.9195600

>>9195058

>math
>300k
>Started last week
>Promotion soon
>kek

>> No.9195655

>>9195115

Boston College?

>> No.9195660

>>9194821
lol how the fuck do you only make 52k as a geophysicist

>> No.9195669

>>9195660
Work for the government.
I'm a civil engineer for the government, make $52k as well.

>> No.9195692

>Laser scientist/engineer
>$85k
>27 years old with Master's degree

It's a lot of fun but it can be exhausting. The work is physically taxing. I've developed carpal tunnel syndrome b/c of the really fine fiber optic work.

Also safety is iffy with prototype kilowatt class lasers. It's a product of the demand (we basically get blank checks to do skunkworks type projects). Other people at my lab refer to me and a small group of my coworkers as "laser cowboys" b/c we blow shit up so frequently. It can actually be scary/nerve-wracking, but so far the worst I've done is vaporize the hair on my arms.

but hey lasers are badass so there's that.

>> No.9195716

>>9195692
you work in an office having to dress up or just typical hawaiian shirt and sandals to work deal for 85k a year? Cuz you wanna be comfy at what u do for that kinda money (although i would eat asshole for 85k a year as bio major)

>> No.9195717

>systems engineer
>80k + good vacation

>> No.9195739

>pure math
>999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999

>> No.9195825

>>9194842
But you start at 300k ...

>> No.9195829

>>9194821
>GM at home improvement store
>170k

Dropped out of college at 20, now I'm 28 running my own store

>> No.9195830

>>9194821
IP and patent law, 179K

>undergrad in micriobiology
>masters in genetics and bioinformatics
>law school only for patent, ip, reg, trad, copy

>> No.9195840

>PhD in math
>-1/12 starting

>> No.9195868

>>9195829
hey lance

>> No.9195886

>Student
>(-1)^(1/2)

>> No.9195893

>federal gubmint job
>108k
Pretty good to be honest

>> No.9195957 [DELETED] 

chemical physics student
nothing

Don't know what to do after graduation. Might just live in parents' basement.

>> No.9196225

>>9194852
i think you forgot a 0 there

>> No.9196253

>>9194821
>ER physician
>$270k yr

>> No.9196286

>>9195018
hello newfriend

>> No.9196392

>>9195660
I just graduated in May and it's an entry level position, but I'm not working in O&G. We act as consultants for engineering, demolition, and construction projects. The experience is great though and I plan to relocate to Texas and use my experience to get something in O&G.

>> No.9197030

>>9195692
shiddddd boiii realistically how much time a day do you spend meticulously diddling the fiber optics?
also why are you getting burned just stay out of the beam lmao

>> No.9197181

>software engineer
> ~500k if i work 6 months out of the year, i average about 360k

who you know > what you know

>> No.9197189

>>9197181
damn son

>> No.9197191

Graduate student, 28k after taxes

>> No.9197292

>>9197191
I do not miss being a gradstudent slave

>> No.9197314

>postdoc in QI
>59k
Why the hell do I stay on /sci/?

>> No.9197317

>Quantum Physicist at Demiurge
>110k

get on my level, cucks

>> No.9197352

>>9197317
>job title quantum physicist
quit larping pussy

>> No.9197374

>>9194821
>math and philosophy masters
>patent law
>~$450k

>> No.9197392

>>9195830
what the fuck?

what do you do exactly?

>> No.9197408

>>9194821
>directional driller at schlumberger Asia
>415k a year

>> No.9197413

>>9194821
>student
>government gibmedat

>> No.9197414

>>9197181

doing fucking what?

>> No.9197421

>Canadian plumber
$12,585 canadian dollars per day

>> No.9197443

>>9197414
coding html for websites

>> No.9197448

>skip class
>$0

>> No.9197458

22
Finance
45.5k

>> No.9197467

>>9197458
huh. i'll be 26 when I'll finish my masters and I'll make 63k.

not bad for finance

>> No.9197481

>>9195829
bro how into leadership skills

>> No.9197493

>>9194821
>fast food worker college student poorfag
>$8.50 an hour

>> No.9197512

EE co-op
$20/hr

>> No.9197552

>Electronics tech
>45k

>> No.9197575

23
Metallurgist
AU $130k + Bonus if production on target

>> No.9197602

>associates in english literature working as a barista in starbucks 15 hours a week
>4.4 million dollar annual salary + benifits

>> No.9197625

>>9197602
you have to work more than 24h but nice joke still

>> No.9198277

>>9197181
How do i achieve this

>> No.9198280

>>9195739
So you make $-1/12

>> No.9198304

undergraduate research assistant, earning nominally 13 dollars an hour but my last check was less than a hundred dollars for a pay period containing about 50 hours

so I guess just under 2 dollars an hour, technically

>> No.9198305

>>9195058
tip top
it all checks out

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>>9198304

>undergrad research assistant
>undergrad
>research

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>>9195026

>> No.9198339

>>9198315
Yeah, you get paid to work on some project a professor doesn't have time for. If you do a good job, you'll be able to get a strong letter of recommendation out of it.

>> No.9198345

>>9198339

>work on some project a professor doesn't have time for.

anon, if he had any interest in it, or could make any $$ out of it, he'd do it himself.
you're just there to carry the materials and make coffee

>> No.9198352

>>9198280
Kek

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>>9198345
Not him, but I've done research before and I'm doing it now and it's not like that.

>> No.9198593

>>9198355
nano ur robot

>> No.9199224

>>9194850
>what do you do?
probably lying

>> No.9199246

>>9198315
I did this during the summer

if you never did it, then maybe you're of the brainlet persuasion

>> No.9199252

>>9194821
>Math major
>any job I want
>300k starting

>> No.9199258

>>9194850
>eating the shitpost
fucking newfags

>> No.9199263

>>9195391
>switch to an even shittier field

>> No.9199281

>>9194821
>Aneasthetist consultant
>$380K

>> No.9199677

>>9194856
That's very low. You should feelbad about yourself

>> No.9200434

Pure Maths PhD student as well as Particle Physics PhD student. Around 40k a year and have teaching duties pushed back til 2nd year.

>> No.9200470

>>9194875
Can I ask what you did your PhD on?

>> No.9200473

>>9197575
is there any metallurgy-related private R&D down under? I imagine your job is more like production oversight/optimisation

>> No.9200566

>>9194821
>What do you do and how much do you make?
College physics professor
About $35k
You know, because our society really cares about science and education and stuff. That's what everyone tells me all the time, how important education is.

>> No.9200573

Commercial Diver
50-100k, depending on how much I chase work

>> No.9200995

>>9196225
>035k

>> No.9202790

Create games on roblox
$500-1k daily

>> No.9202800

who /makegoodmoneyfornotreallydoinganything/ here?

i make 95k$ a year and only do like 2 hours of actual work a day. most of my time is spent just walking around or reading emails. mechanical engineer btw.

>> No.9202802

>>9199677
Nearly all my transactions are done through local trade now.

>> No.9203676

>>9202800
yeah i get drunk and type words into a computer and i make more in a week than most people do in a year that's why my monkey superiority complex kicked in and now i refer to anybody that makes less than i do in a week as "little people" which is super true go slave your life away for an entire year to barely match what i make shitposting and masturbating

>> No.9204342

>Software Dev
>$900k/yr

high labor demand amirite

>> No.9204357

engineer

should i get a phd lads?

>> No.9204430

>>9195825
But nobody said you won't earn less later

>> No.9204438

>>9204357
PhD often means that you're research focused, unless an engineering PhD is just a totally different beast that I just don't know about. If you're into research it's an okay idea, especially since your main investment is time so long as your degree is funded. Otherwise go make money you silly asshole, an engineering degree is a ticket onto the dosh train as long as you didn't get straight C's.

>> No.9204446

>>9197392
Companies will pay a lot of dosh to make sure they have patents on their shitty stupid kits and other garbage. Patent law can be pretty lucrative in the sciences because of this.

>> No.9204451

>>9198345
>Professors
>Doing research themselves every day

You have no idea how labs at research institutions work, do you?

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>Ph.D. student in geosciences
>any intro lab I want
>$23k starting

>> No.9204464

>>9204357
get a masters, go do industry for a few years, and then ask yourself that question again.

>> No.9204506

pure math
non finite amount of us dollars

>> No.9204513

>math grad student
>21k per year

>> No.9204565

construct geometric displays with lumber

50k

>> No.9204571

>>9194856
nice af

>> No.9204578

>>9197181
How did you meet your connections?

>> No.9204589

>CS
>0

GOD HELP ME

>> No.9204599

What do I study at uni sci
I can study literally anything including postgrad assured med and dentistry
I like Math and Physics and I don't like or dislike chemistry too much I could get through it just to get through med if need be
Fucking hate bio except for really specific parts of it

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>physicist
>$0

>> No.9204752

>>9194821

>physics undergrad
>-£9000

>> No.9205368

>>9204599
ME or EE
I wish I did that and then decided after graduating if I want to pursue a PhD. I'm doing biochem, and I enjoyed pchem and ochem but hated the memorization and pipetting and having doubts if I want to do that for another 4 years

Should I go for a second degree in engineering sci?

>> No.9205378

>>9194937
Timezone, he lives in eastern europe which is 2 hours behind britain in terms of time conversion.

>> No.9205382

>Math grad student
>$2000/month spending money, tuition and insurance covered by school

>weed dealer
>$1500/month

>> No.9205392

Electrical Engineer
80k

>> No.9205425

ChemE. Starting my first job in a few weeks salaried at 61k. It's on the lower end for the city I'm in, but it was all I could get.

>> No.9205428

>>9194946
>thinks cash is the only valuable asset
you're going to go far in life, kid

>> No.9205437

>>9195034
>seus-chef
lmfao all that effort and you're still wrong

>> No.9205443

Math PhD student
TAship pays just around $20k/year

>> No.9205444

>>9195692
sounds like you're living the dream, friendo

>> No.9205456

>>9198345
you're clueless

>> No.9205458

>>9200434
jesus christ are you the king of grad students?
fucking lord i'm jelly

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9205460

>falling for the contribution to science meme

>> No.9205465

>archival studies
>I only get contract work sadly, so fuckall

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>>9194910
>>9194928
>a truck driver is getting more than someone with a PhD

>> No.9205478

>>9194984
>Putting food from a bag/box onto a grill and heating it back up to assemble a burger or dropping them into a frier until a timer goes off.

You're less than a cook.

>> No.9205488

Holy shit looking at all people with physics degree, I'm getting scared of going for a PhD degree for physics, should go for Mechanical engineering or electric engineering? or keep my dream for a physics PhD degree?

>> No.9205518

>>9203676
I love mech engineers at my place. They literally fuck off for most of the day and you have to wait till tomorrow to ask them the specifications for some goddamn application that is pretty copy paste because they are no where to be found somehow.

>> No.9205525

>>9205488
physics is a worthless meme degree.

>> No.9205548

network admin and devops
75k

>> No.9205561

>>9205548
I should note that this is in Iceland, and payed in ISK, so ~650k ISK per month.

>> No.9205607

>went for math meme degree and wound up teaching at community college
>33k with no benefits, have to teach at 2 schools and make a 2hr commute twice a week

listen up i know some of you little shits in my classes go on 4chan and if i find out who you are youre gonna be receiving a big fat F in my class for shitposting

>> No.9205626

>>9194821
Blue team & forensics
~90k

>> No.9205741

>>9194821
>Topological Data Analyst
>245k

>> No.9205768

HVAC controls programmer and web front-end developer
17/hr

>> No.9205788

>Management consultant
>80k + bonuses

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>ywn be american
>ywn win fat stacks with just an engineering degree and no experience
>mfw doomed to win 10k a year and that if I get a job

who /thirldworld/ here?

>> No.9205908

>>9205896
Me, also doing pure mathematics (Brazil). Fuck me in the ass.

Hopefully I can do my masters in China next year. My friends told me that it's easy to get a scholarship and I won't have to pay for a thing. Today, China looks like paradise if we compare it to bananaland.

>> No.9205929

>Code Monkey
>198K
:^)

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9205983

>>9194821

S.T.E.M. is a meme.

And you suckers fell for it.

>> No.9206015

>>9205983
art major 700k just started

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