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    I actually want to be on 50k
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    (Original post by That Arab Guy)
    100k

    Yes, get that arab moneh
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    What job??
    Dentistry
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    (Original post by zanner)
    100k a yr

    defenestrated
    six figures ladssss
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    Why do people care about this? For god's sake find some meaning in life other than a good salary
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    £500K minimum. Anything less and I'd consider myself a failure.
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    (Original post by That Arab Guy)
    Dentistry
    100k a year in dentistry? Not anymore mate, unless you want to plan for a Brexit vote to stop EU workers coming here!

    I'd like to be on the 50k mark. Realistically, I'll be either on 35k or trying to scrape the barrel for enough savings to fund my post grad
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    probably not much, seeing as I am going into the music industry... but I would rather do something I love rather than a boring office job (no offence to anyone who is interested in that, it's not for me)
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    Hopefully £25-27k
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    Realistically anything between 20k - 30k would suffice definitely want to have a career that allows progression as I would like my salary to increase overtime.
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    If everything goes to plan, about 20,000k:hmmmm2:
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    If everything goes to plan, about 20,000k:hmmmm2:
    20,000k?

    £20,000,000 then? Nice.
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    realistically even with trading and real estate, at that early prolly 70k annually
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    (Original post by Changing Skies)
    I'll hopefully be doing a PhD then so my salary will be whatever funding I get

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    What do you want to do a phD in?
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    Case scenarios:

    1) Get an IBD job: Analyst 3 ~£95-120k all-in

    2) Get a consulting job: BA/AC/whatever entry level title ~£50-70k

    3) Get a PM or software dev job at a top tech co: probably PM 1/SWE 1 ~£60-110k all-in

    4) MC/US Training Contract: first year trainee ~£40-50k

    5) Get a standard grad scheme at a blue chip: ~£35-45k

    Anything over £30k would be nice if none of the above happen.



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    (Original post by MintyMilk)
    Why do people care about this? For god's sake find some meaning in life other than a good salary
    Because far too many people in here believe that the higher salary job, the greater general life happiness. They will all be in for a gigantic shock. Get a job in a field that you love first, then worry about money. Otherwise you'll just hate your job.
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    20,000k?

    £20,000,000 then? Nice.
    Yeah, aiming high.
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    At 25 years old, I would have graduated a few years back. I think I would aim to earn around 40k.
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    None, because I'll be doing a Ph.D
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    Around 40-65 big ones (working in asset management)
 
 
 
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