Also, pretty much every job that has hourly pay is a shit job, but that's beside the point.
I have no problem with the market setting salaries based on demand in the private sector. What's fucked up, in my opinion, is that government positions aren't scaled to pay scientists with Ph.D.'s more than people with much less expertise and time investment in education.
Seems rather lowish. Swedens salaries for a starting position of a master in engineering should be abit higher than in Finland. Here, they can expect about 36k euro minimum as a novice, with about a 15-25% increase in the first year.
That's very low for robotics
Made me look up what annual pay for my profession would be once I got finished (Assuming it would be the same area.) Looks like for Software development it is an average of $86,000 a year, with Chicago's annual being around $100,000. Kind of glad I switched over to this over Culinary ;D
Frankly, that's not very high. But it all depends on where in the US you are. I make 80k+ and am still paycheck to paycheck for the most part.
It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion. It is by the beans of Java that thoughts acquire speed, the hands acquire shakes, the shakes become a warning.
Pharmacists make 150k annually starting out, basically counting pills. #1 job in demand in the U.S so the starting pay will go up, its all about the market, really has nothing to do with the program. I would doubt there is a high demand for robotics, engineering isnt even that high atm.
For starting its normal, u can grow very fast tho