From Grades to Paychecks

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It's human nature to want to know how you stack up against your peers. In school, you compared grades, feeling a twinge of pride when you did better on an exam than your hapless lab partner. Maybe you compared baseball or Pokémon cards with friends to see who had the more desirable ones. Then, when school is finally done, salary becomes the competitive benchmark. To help you see how you're doing compared to that old college friend or that irritating benchmate from graduate school, we surveyed 1,870 people in the field, and asked them about their pay, benefits, and more.

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