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What is the usual pay levels for a graduate?


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Ao’s Answer

This question is a bit vague!
Mainly depends on the type of work you are engaged in, the salary of each job is different;
Or do you have a job of interest, so as to understand the various aspects of the work?
As far as the Macau region is concerned, if you want to work in the hotel industry, the salaries of branches in different departments will be different;
For example: the clerk of the accounting department in the hotel is 13,000 mop, but you first want your major to be an accountant and an experienced person;
Suppose you want to work in the sales industry. Which company/product do you plan to work in? Mainly look at the past work experience, the ability to deal with incidents, etc., the salary is about 15,000 mop;
Therefore, it is recommended that you understand the salary of different types of work according to your major.

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Clifford’s Answer

I agree with Ms. Pattie Shieh-Lance. Graduate degrees vary in studies and thus vary in end result salary. A graduate in English isn't expected to make the same pay as a graduate degree in bio-engineering. Also, work experience before and after a graduate degree can skew your potential salary.

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Matthew’s Answer

For general jobs starting salary is 35 to 45 thousand but depending on what degree it could start out higher such as 50 or or 60 thousand dollars.
Hope all is well.

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Matthew’s Answer

For general jobs starting salary is 35 to 45 thousand but depending on what degree it could start out higher such as 50 or or 60 thousand dollars.
Hope all is well.

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Blake’s Answer

Hey Karen,

I think that it varies greatly depending on what degree you choose. I would recommend looking up a couple of jobs that you are interested in online and see what beginning salaries are on average. One thing to keep in mind is the cost of living wherever the job is based. It could be the same job in an area with a higher cost of living, but different starting salaries.

Thanks,
Blake

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Tek Fai’s Answer

Hi,

This question is little too vague. The salary expectation would depend on the job that you are looking for. However to get a rough estimation on the salary expectation, do visit websites like indeed.com. Enter the details for the job you are looking for. It will present to you all the relevant jobs and the salary market is currently offering based on your experience. It should give you an idea.

Hope that answers your question. Thank you. Good luck.

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Pattie’s Answer

Karen, you’re going to have to give more details to get an accurate answer. What field do you need information about?

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Sylvia’s Answer

Every location and different time to graduate also has a different pay levels.
I am working in Macao, I also can share the income requirement for recent graduate from Macao, the most people they want the salary is more that 14000mop up.

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