What would my average starting salary be?

Question by Abdelrahman: What would my average starting salary be?
I am a ccna ccnp ccna wireless ccnp wireless mcitp and cwna certified and i am a telecommunications engineer but with no exp yet what would be my average starting salary?

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Answer by Sammy
$ 10.25 at McDonalds, hamburger engineering

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20070303 – 112-1265 – construction mess finally starting to disspate!

20070303 – 112-1265 – construction mess finally starting to disspate!
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
So many things were put on hold for the 5 years we built our addition. 3 of those years comprised time wasted in violation of a contractual deadline. Playing pool, playing DDR, playing guitar …. So many thigns we used to do. But we had to retreat 100% into our computers, and still haven’t fully emerged yet.

Also: In the upper-left, you can see my 4th-to-last computer, "Hell" (the first "Hell", not the current "Hell"… I’m on my second cycle through names, with my newest computer being the 2nd "Hades"). I’m about to finally trash old Hell; it’s hooked up in the living room right now for one last gasp, whereupon I realized there’s only ONE file left I might want to copy — and old WAV fo me laughing. But since there is no USB, no floppy, and no network… I’m not going to bother. Anyone want a K6-233 w/4G & Win98?

Soloflex, computer, dancepad, guitar, pool table.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

March 3, 2007.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL.wordpress.com

Starting and Operating a Business in Virginia (Starting and Operating a Business in the U.S.)

Starting and Operating a Business in Virginia (Starting and Operating a Business in the U.S.)

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Familial DNA use starting

Familial DNA use starting
Virginia will move forward with familial DNA testing in certain criminal cases, Gov. Bob McDonnell’s office said yesterday. The technique is controversial due to privacy concerns, but it’s backed by the family of Morgan Harrington, the Virginia Tech student whose slaying in Charlottesville remains unsolved….
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Virginia to Begin Using Familial DNA Searches
Governor Bob McDonnell announced Monday that the Virginia Department of Forensic Science (DFS) has developed the capability to perform a technique known as familial DNA searching.
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Va. to use familial DNA in criminal investigations
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia has joined only a handful of states in using the genetic material from relatives to track suspects in violent crimes who have left DNA evidence at a crime scene but whose genetic fingerprint is not contained in any database. Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Monday that the Virginia Department of Forensic Science now has the capability to perform familial DNA searches, a …
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