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How exactly do they work?
Do they normally hire in at the minimum for the tier, or can it be in the middle or near the top range?
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I would like to know this as well.
My wife got hired at the middle tier for both of the jobs she has been hired for. It all depends on their budgets though.
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Depends on budget and your experience. If you are coming in with equivalent experience to mid-tier, they may bump your starting pay somewhat.
If you want to know the amounts of each tier, they are out there, you just have to Google it right. I applied for a job at MSU recently (but didn't make it past HR) and found the numbers before I applied. It's not as bad as I thought.
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What kind of position? I know for IT, MSU is pathetically below market value.
Yet I work in public education so anything looks good to me.
Double is really stretching it. Teaching, when things are right, is awesome and a fun job. Right now, that is not the case. The pay is maybe a 1/3 less than private sector.
Trust me, I'm trying!
That's why Trevor has had to wear the same Redcoat uniform for several years.
How do you know you didn't make it past HR? How does that work?
MSU's job website is really good. You can check the status of your application. They will let you know if HR passed your app/docs onto the requested department.
Not buying it. Avg. salary in Mich. for teacher is about 64k. plus great ins. pension and 8 months a year working. You won't like the private sector anyway, they expect results.
I was wondering what happened to Lubchenko!
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