In what ballpark is the salary of a new grad PM (product manager) @your company?

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  • Workday / ProductJeanralphi
    85-90 base, 25k RSUs. Definitely the lower end for the bay
    Mar 162
    • Salesforceioioioi
      Workday salaries are very low. How do they attract top talent?
      Mar 16
    • Workday / ProductJeanralphi
      Seems like they attract folks that want a less aggressive workplace. There’s extremely cushy work life balance and good benefits, and people generally get along with each other and with management.
      Mar 16
  • Microsoft / EngTTTBBB
    approximately same as dev, maybe a little more.
    Mar 161
    • New / Product
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      Exactly same as new grad dev. 108k base. 70k stocks over 3.5yrs.
      Mar 17
  • Expedia / ProductMIxer
    New grad and you want to be a PM? Learn some basics and then get into product mgmt.
    Mar 170
  • Expedia / ProductMIxer
    60-70 if at all if I hire such candidates at first place for such roles.
    Mar 170
  • Microsoftsny9
    ~150-170K in Bay Area:

    ~120K base
    -60-120k stocks over 3.5 years
    -0-50k sign on (pretty hard above 30k without competing offers)
    -target 10% bonus but likely more as it’s pretty easy to beat target at entry level
    Mar 170
  • RedfinrHMH51
    Yelp APM was 125k base, 25k annual rsu, 10k signing
    Mar 170
  • CoreLogic / Product
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    Are we just assuming OP is in Bay Area? Yuuuge difference elsewhere
    Mar 170
  • NewFernadOP
    OP is in Bay Area
    Mar 172
    • NewFernadOP
      But also open to know the compensation else where
      Mar 17
    • CoreLogic / Product
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      LA ~ 80k, 10% bonus maybe 15k RSUs. new grad PMs are nearly unheard of. Most start as Business Analysts or Product Owners.
      Mar 17
  • RedfinRdfn
    Yahoo APM is 125k base, 50k annual rsu, 30k signing
    Mar 170
  • Expedia / EngJ2
    That’s a lot for a new grad with no experience. Are you guys minting ?
    Mar 181

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