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Re: How Much Compensation Three Years Post-MBA? [#permalink]
23 Apr 2007, 07:56
This is a total repeat of a poll I did some months back, but I think we all may have a more focused idea of where we'll end up now that we've done more research etc...
Err, yeah, of course I've done lots of research!
I have no idea, Johnny. Why don't you go ahead and tell us where you are going (Stern or Boston U) instead of procrastinating and making polls. (in case you plan on getting offended, my post is a joke).
With the kind of career path that I intend to go into, I would be ok with 150K after 3 years. Anything more would be a bonus. Ofcourse I've planned in such a way that I won't have to worry much about student loans.
JohnnyX9, waiting eagerly to see where you go. But looking at your recent posts, it seems that you might end up at Stern.
Finally made up my mind, it's going to by NY. I'm pretty psyched.
congrats Johnnyx9 on ure decision! And i agree that avatar really rocks. Where do you get them from?
I actually just Google-searched for the NYU logo and a picture of the Manhattan skyline. I don't know anything about Photoshop or applications like that, so I just used Microsoft paint to drop one image on top of the other.
1 in 5 think they're gonna make more than $350k? Thats ambitious.
Average 1st year comp for investment banks was $250k or so last year. Most Ibanks promote associates to VP after about 3 years. Those that can tough it out should be making well in excess of $350k by then. And of course, PE/HF/VCers should be making even more even sooner. It will definitely depend on how the economy holds up though.
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