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Average 1 bedroom in the bay is 3k PM - SF I think is about 4-6k PM - add
CA taxes - 100k - is not going to cut it - IMHO
On Wednesday, May 3, 2017, Dave C <davec2468 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Iâm interviewing with a large manufacturer on Friday. I have little real
> data about salaries in the San Francisco bay area for tech writers
> currently. I used salary.com, filling in a questionnaire, to generate a
> salary range for that position with the experience/location/etc. you enter.
> It says âaverageâ (50th percentile) is $100K. Iâm thinking with practical
> experience (I not only have experience writing these docs but I am the
> target audience of the docs Iâll be writingâelectronics repair), that adds
> value. Iâm thinking 20 percent above average is not out of line.
> How do yâall think about salary when lining up an interview and possible
> (back in the âriting game after a few yearsâ)
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