For the most part, the rate of pay will really vary on a number of factors. Your pay could vary on the company you work for - larger companies will typically pay more than smaller companies. The level of education and experience that you have - the more education/certifications you have the more someone will pay for your time. Pay levels will also include management level - so you'll get paid more in a management position where you lead people than staying in a level under a manager. You'll also find that the rate of pay depends on where you live - when you live in more expensive to live places you could have a geographic factor added to your pay to allow for that difference than employees who live in places where the living costs are less. There are sites online (like LinkedIn) where you can look at the averages of what certain positions pay in certain areas.
On a broader note, pay is only one factor for the overall consideration in working for a company. As a younger professional, pay is a higher priority for the near term as one gets established into the workforce but keep in mind the other variables for consideration:
1) Role and ability to grow within team and or organization
2) One's immediate supervisor/boss and support one receives from him/her/they
3) Immediate team? Do you enjoy being around the people you work with?
4) Work and life balance
5) Pay/Salary - I label this as #5 on my scale but keep in mind, I've been working in the profession for 25 yrs.