Dear What Am I Worth,
I am an analyst programmer with an international civil engineering firm, employed in Hamilton.
I am responsible for the design, development, maintenance and support of several desktop applications used throughout the company and marketed externally. The position involves taking development from the concept stage through to shrinkwrapping, including liasing with clients.
My skills include developing multimedia-based products, client-sever systems and collaboration tools. I have one-and-a-half years' experience in desktop support, and a further year in developing desktop applications in Delphi. I will graduate with a BSc next year, majoring in information systems.
How much am I worth now, and how much will that change once I graduate?
De Winter International replies: Your salary won't change much when you graduate. It is three to five years out that you will see the real benefit from your university work. Expect around $35,000.
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