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Salaries in Michigan ?

 
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How's the job scene in Michigan - around Troy/ Ann Arbour area ?
What are the typical salary figures for exp of 5 years ?

I am currently applying to a company which is based in Troy. I would like to know the prevalent rates.

Thanks,
M JJ
 
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"M JJ",

Welcome to JavaRanch.

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Hey, I'm originally from Clawson. The rates there should be a little above national average because the cost of living is so high in Oakland County (Troy especially).
 
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