Good offer ?

Nov 25, 2019 13 Comments

Received and offer to join GM (Detroit office)direct from a contract position. I have a master's degree with 3.5 YOE this includes 1.5 year with GM. I was offered level 6C with 75K starting pay and something about 10% incentive not sure what entails also standard GM benefits. As a contractor I was making 70k no benefits what's so ever.

The position is a technical position. That involves automation, a little coding and lot of analytics

I had asked for 85K but I was told there is no room. I was told 75k is the most.

Is this a good offer? I really want to get GM direct but not happy with the pay? Any suggestions?
What do people in other companies with similar jobs and experience currently make?

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  • Daimler Ha@@@
    That was about what Ford paid entry level 5yrs ago with masters degree and no experience. If you don't have any other offer, take it and move after a year. Is a bad offer.
    Nov 25, 2019 0
  • Tesla santaclz
    They are taking advantage of you desperation to get converted to full time and if you’re on a visa they’ll milk that too.
    Ford will pay 90k plus benefits without negotiating with them.
    I was in the D for 3 yes with Daimler
    Nov 26, 2019 3
    • Tesla santaclz
      I thought so! There’s no point of this discussion then. They know that you’ll take whatever they offer (usually they do the lowest as it’s a GM recruiter’s metric that how low can he make the candidate go to save company, moolah)
      Nov 26, 2019
    • Daimler RCKF42
      The more and more I see these posts, the more I realize that Daimler doesn’t pay as poorly as others may lead you to believe.
      Nov 30, 2019
  • General Motors lIlIIIl
    That's on the low end for a L6 role. If you don't have a competiting offer and they won't budge then you're SOL. Sorry.
    Nov 26, 2019 0
  • General Motors VEVx52
    Def a bad offer with that amount of exp. But as the other post says, if you don't have anything else, take it and then move on
    Nov 25, 2019 0
  • Sounds low. Detroit is no Silicon Valley obviously, and cost of living reflects that, but relevant experience seems like it would carry a higher salary.
    Nov 26, 2019 0
  • Lucid Motors cqVK02
    Depends on the position. With 3 years experience and a masters degree I was making around 86k-90k at another big 3 OEM but I worked in a hot technical field with a lot of competition (ADAS). Your offer could probably be better but it’s not totally out there depending on the field and nature of your work imo.
    Nov 26, 2019 1
    • Lucid Motors cqVK02
      To be clear, this was also a few years ago. So it should probably be higher at this point
      Nov 26, 2019
  • General Motors greenfire
    I started a year ago with a master's in an analytical position. 5a and 85k starting, along with all the other benefits. I was able to leverage another offer to up their offer a little. 1 year later moved up a band and get ~8-10% wage adjustment. I would suggest you get another offer and leverage that or ask to be in a 5a band so you can get that wage bump a year later
    Nov 26, 2019 0
  • General Motors IPeT28
    OP
    The position is for a IT related technical position
    Nov 26, 2019 0
  • What’s the title of the position?
    Nov 26, 2019 0

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