Salary Details for an AI/Machine Learning Engineer at Stanford University
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The estimated total pay for a AI/Machine Learning Engineer at Stanford University is $101,190 per year. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is $101,190 per year. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.
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After how many years at a firm should you consider thinking of a raise? Obviously actual exemplification of more valuable skills, merit, etc. matters, but generally speaking: how many years should you be at a firm before asking for a raise? Currently at a BigLaw firm and this is my first year here, with 4 years in total para experience . Also, sorry if this is just a poorly structured question overall lol.
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a year ago
Currently doing Workers’ Comp Defense with 2 years experience and feeling like it might not be for me but I’m very interested in the medicine aspect. I’m thinking about trying to transition into Medical Malpractice defense but not certain I’d be competitive. I’ve done tons of doctor depositions and conferences and spend hours a day reading medical records but no med mal experience. What are my chances of getting a decent med mal position?
3 years ago
Hello everyone, I would to hear other people’s thoughts. So my mom runs a company which her and other employees salary is paid by their members (trade association). She’s above 60 and takes a medicine which makes her a higher risk for COVID. The members are having a convention in Florida in a few months, and while “there’s no for staff to be there”.. she’s running the meeting so they’re expecting her to be there. She doesn’t want to go but feels huge Professional pressure. I think it’s CTD
4 years ago
Earlier post on sharing salary with friends and family got me curious. Are consultant salaries that much higher than other white collar jobs? All of my friends and family are either in tech or medicine, so my salary is comparatively on the lower end and I’ve never really considered what I make to be that high.
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