How much is the proper salary for the undergraduates graduated from college?

$12.50=rmb100 - How much is the proper salary for the undergraduate?
@mexshyl (878)
China
May 26, 2007 10:04pm CST
Now I'm a junior student and I've studied in university for three years. There is only one year for me to enjoy my college life and I think it's time for me to think about my first job. In my country, as a undergraduate, in the same major like me, if he/she can enter one of the department of our government, his/her salary can be up to RMB3,000. If entering a big foreign company, it'll get from RMB3,000 to RMB5,000. If a small company, it can reach to nearly RMB1,500. I wonder if there are some people who can tell me, how much is the salary for the first job of the undergraduates in your city? Thank you in advance.:)
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@liranlgo (5748)
• Israel
27 May 07
Well i do not know how you calculate the salary's in your country, but i can only tell you that here in israel we have a very low salaries for people that actually finished their first and second degree. First of all, you can hardly find a job if you are not an university graduate. We get about 5500 new shekels, which is about 1500$ a month. The situation is not the same, if you learned somthing that has to do with computers. So i do have my b.a. but am learning now computers, in order to have more money to my account. LOl.
@mexshyl (878)
• China
28 May 07
Hi, liranlgo. In my discussion, the salary I told you is for the university graduates. Maybe I made a mistake by using undergraduate. In my country, after four year study, you'll get your bachelor's degree and we call those people undergraduates. If you further your study for two or three year, you'll acquire your master's degree. Then, doctor's degree. I'm sorry to make you misunderstood. Thank for your response. Have a nice day! :)
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@liranlgo (5748)
• Israel
28 May 07
Well i am affraid i was not clear with my phrasing. When i talked about the 1500$ i meant, this is the celery for bachelors degree, which are the people that did finished their first degree in the university. The studies in your country and my country is similar.
@mexshyl (878)
• China
29 May 07
Hi, liranlgo. Thank you for your latest reply. Don't worry about your clear writing. It's me that make you misunderstood at first. I'm glad to know that the studies in both our countries are similar. Thanks a lot. Wish you have a happy day! :)
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
27 May 07
Hello,mexshyl,I think it is hard to compare with different cities as the living standard is not the same in different cities. In australia, for a fresh graduate,he/she may be able to earn 30000 Australian dollar per year,that mean it is around 2500 AUD per month,I have assumed his/her job is related to study. But the living standars is high and we have to pay huge tax every year,we end up with nothing after paying all the expenses:P
@mexshyl (878)
• China
27 May 07
Hi, easy888. Yeah, you're right. It's hard to compare with different living standard. I just want to know the differnt situation the undergraduates met like me. Thank for your response. Have a nice day! ^_^