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Hi,

I have 5 yrs experience and looking for a job in MN, is there a salary calculator that I can use for free?.

I have worked in Java for 3 yrs.what will be the typical salary for a person with my experience?

Thanks!!
 
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Hi Deepa,
I live in MN ( for 14 years now).
It hasn't been too bad for experienced people. You can probably expect about 58-60K with three years of J2EE.
 
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Salary.com has some good resources to figure out how much you're worth/underpaid/etc.
 
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I found salary.com listing salaries a bit high for the positions/experience I entered in my area.

I think CertMag's Salary Calculator is a bit more accurate but requires that you have a technology certification to enter. (It also requires free registration.)
 
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