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March 05, 2010


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. is a good one for me. They collect reports of salaries from individuals. If you work at a large company then your peers may have submitted their salaries so you can do a good apples to apples to find out how you're being paid compared to other people at your job.

Most of the salary websites don't recognize my job title so I get lumped into some other job that isn't really close to what I do. So they give me bad data.

These are great links to find out your salary. I can also recommend if you work in a large corporation, they may have averages there in the HR dept which you can also use, especially if you're asking for a raise!

I like all tool, but the most liked tool of mine is cost and living calculator, it helped me in budgeting my monthly income.

Hate to break it to you guys, I do enjoy freemoney's finance posts but he/she has made a few errors in many of his/her posts including his or her rants about "cost of living". I'll explain why at a later time.

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I hate to break it to you, but this is a guest post (not written by me.)

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