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- Compensation Tiers of Companies for Tech Jobs By popular demand, I'm reposting one of my replies on another thread. This tiering is based on both trajectory and overall scale of total comp (base+bonus+stock) for IC positions. Edit: subsidiaries with the same pay go under the parent (e.g. Twitch and Amazon) Based off of all the comp data points
- link TC + Levels advice for HW engineer moving back to US from Taiwan Good people of Blind - After reading through many posts on Blind, and seeing a lot of good advice being given, I'm writing to ask for your opinion on my situation. About me: - 20 yoe at Dell and IBM (Server design + Concept Engineering). PCIe, SAS, SATA etc. - Senior Principal Engineer. - PhD fro
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- Sell VMware stocks? With dell planning a reverse merger with vmware, are u planning to sell your vmware stocks? Thoughts?
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