New Grad compensation

Rexel HHVH14
Oct 4 7 Comments

I have no idea if the company i work for is “competitive” with pay like they all say they are.

Recent grad BS in finance
2 years of year round internship work predegree.
Employed in Califoina and in supply chain compacity

$62,500/yr.
Cost Of Living Increase: $1,200/month while in CA.
Relocation $3,000 flat rate for relocating.

Could I make more if I moved to a real sector of finance as opposed to corporate finance within supply chain?

As of present the job isnt super high stress and i can do the work- but im young and id rather do some more work if the pay is there.

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TOP 7 Comments
  • Tektronix BazzokaGrl
    What's the job and location. The pay in San Francisco is a lot higher than Sacramento.
    Oct 4 3
    • Rexel HHVH14
      OP
      Southern California. Company is small so I’d prefer to leave big cities out of it.
      Oct 4
    • Rexel HHVH14
      OP
      The job is more similar to corporate finance and operational management. I am in “management” meaning I make no overtime lol.
      Oct 4
    • Tektronix BazzokaGrl
      It seems kind of low. It depends where you will be in so cal. It's too low for LA that's for sure.
      Oct 4
  • Prodege DirtySpoon
    62 isn't bad for a straight out of college job.

    Your main compensation should be the experience that you're building up right now. Do a year or two then the money will follow
    Oct 4 0
  • New / Finance gs.
    Hey could you let me know the time too. Even my bf wants to apply.he is s masters in finance student will be graduating this fall and is looking for full time opportunities
    Oct 10 0
  • Sogeti / Other vAVO62
    It's not great. I made that much in Texas as a new grad. Keep applying unless you're not confident. If so, interview with other companies while working with this one.
    Oct 4 0

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