That's the lowest you will accept?$34/hr before I quit. At least 2 years away lol
I quit high school in grade 10 - moved to Hawaii, finally went back to school, went through Nursing School, quit, raised a child and became a full-time Schmuck.... then I went on a long distance trucking trip with a friend and I was hooked.That's the lowest you will accept?
What's your background and job exp
That's good manI thought you were asking what's the lowest I would take from U/L.
It all depends - too many variables. If money wasn't an issue I'd be content volunteering. I am lucky in that I have few bills, my spouse(domestic partnership) is a doctor, we drive nice vehicles, travel around the world first class, stay in 5 star resorts, have a part-time butler. I will inherit close to $500k within 10 years. The only thing I complain about is the weather and you misfits on here lol
I quit high school in grade 10 - moved to Hawaii, finally went back to school, went through Nursing School, quit, raised a child and became a full-time Schmuck.... then I went on a long distance trucking trip with a friend and I was hooked.
How much is the pay?Bench scientist/contractor at Genentech. Before that I was at Clorox.
Those fast pour Brita filters you see on shelves? I did the prototyping on them.
Just got tired of working in a lab and upward mobility is unless you change fields altogether.
And before you ask, the pay at Genentech is trash unless you're far away from R&D or you have a PhD. And I really don't want to do a PhD program.
No I believe you man. I am starting a job soon at 30 goes up 34 in 90 says and maybe 40-45 in an year. HourlyAt genentech specifically? Or in general?
In general, as a entry level Lab tech, annual is $40-$60k, and that's assuming you have some knowledge of what's going on chemistry and all. Most companies tend to hire entry level stuff as 'contractors' meaning they can pull the rug from under you and fire/lay you off at any given time, and you get no benefits either while you're a contractor. Also as a contractor you won't necessarily get all of the perks of a company that an actual employee does (i.e. stuff like a free/discounted lunch, and free access to company gym.)
If you think I'm kidding, here's proof.