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I have checked Salary.com and the market value I have seen for someone with a year of experience is 60K+ a lot of engineering firms are offering less than 41K a year. This does not make sense to me. This is not a livable wage in a lot of areas of California. I had an interview in San Francisco Bay Area and they said the highest they would go is $20/hour. This was slightly insulting to me because on this wage I would go into debt living anywhere even near the Bay. After student loans it would leave me with very little to live off of. I did not got to College and spend time getting a degree in Engineering to go into more debt to not even scrape by.
With the poor economy as well as a glut of engineers from foreign countries such as India, they don't have to pay more to get quality candidates. It's all a matter of supply and demand. Right now there is a greater supply and less demand. That makes prices drop. Economics 101 my friend!
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I read on salary.com that mechanical engineers average pay is $52,000 starting. I got offered $30,456 ($14.50/hr) salary for a government job as a mechanical engineer in Bethesda, new-jersey working in construction for gov. research facilities. Bethesda, new-jersey rivals San Jose, California in crazy high living expenses. I did not make enough to afford living in a studio apartment. Luckily I found a small 9 x 6 ft. bedroom room in a house for $700/month. The salary only lasted a few months before it went up to $50,000($24/hr). Remember that these posted salaries are average numbers taken from surveys and other sources. It is not accurate. Some industries and companies pay more and some pay less. My co-worker at that time was a structural engineer that got paid $90,000. But he was working with the government for over 30 years and he was about to retire. With the tough job market, employers know that people are desperate for jobs. And they know they can offer lower salaries now.
Market value is the real price (the price of labor, or salary in this case). Places like salary.com are always way overinflated in their estimates of salary and no one should rely on them as a place to negotiate a salary from. Obviously, people are accepting entry-level engineering jobs at $40k, or companies would not be offering that rate--perhaps there are more new engineers than there is demand for. Nobody cares if you're insulted. Entry-level jobs pay what they pay. You can either take one, or live off of your indignation. Perhaps looking in other areas of the country would net a better result.
You don't understand how compensation works. You are entry level. Do you have experience? If you don't, you would not be eligible for the median level. $40000 is very much a living wage in both Northern & Southern California. You will not go into debt. You will be able to have your own room in a shared apartment that is decent and a safe non-hip area. You will have some money for entertainment. No, you won't be living in a cool apartment in a hip area nor will you have money for some high rolling at the Encore (LV).
You - to become a fully-active, temple-attending, and faithfully believing Mormon (Latter-day Saint). When you are ready and have completed your end of the bargain, then I suspect that Mrs. Dave F would consider your proposition... Edit: After all, that is what you are asking her to give up and therefore, if the trade is to be equal, you would have to agree and fulfill your end of the bargain. Somehow, I don't think you will, but if you are interested in giving it a try, it starts with the Missionary discussions and goes from there. You have a long journey ahead of you. Oh, it also means getting a testimony from God - a very real one, not something where you say, I think it happened.
This is what happens when to many people all cram into the same small space. The Bay Area has quite a few skilled residents all seeking the same jobs. It's simple math. The more workers available for a given job = the less that job will pay. You could probably earn more in another state.