Salary Scale at IP Boutique

Iโ€™m currently finishing up my first year as a patent attorney at an IP boutique. Iโ€™m currently making around $170,000 and should be getting a raise after starting my second year. For those who started out working at an IP boutique, how has your salary changed from year to year? Is it similar to the big law scale?

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Current salary range for IP paralegals in biotech in CA?

I have been noticing extremely vague ranges online (glassdoor, LinkedIn, etc); 30k - 80k which seems totally off considering the inflation rate and cost of living. Thoughts? TIA

Edit: referring to larger bio-tech companies such as Johnson & Johnson; Illumina, etc

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IPS Actuarial Salary Survey
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[Gentille] ran some numbers and 85 percent of the โ€œMLB players should accept a salary capโ€ takes come from Pittsburgh IP addresses. wild twitter.com/seangentille/โ€ฆ
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Salary inquiry - IP law in the midwest?

I'm curious about IP salaries in the midwest. I mostly want to discern whether I'm being fairly compensated for my area. There are lots of posts about IP salaries, but I feel like the responses are often from high COL areas. If you could also let me know how many years you've been in the field as well as salary, I'd be really grateful.

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Would you relinquish ALL your IP rights for a salaried, full remote job that comes with an over 20% boost in pay?

Just typing this out sounds silly, but I'm struggling with a job offer and feeling clouded by the pains of a VHCOL area, inflation, and years of underpayment even as a Senior Designer.

My current, under-market-paying corporate design gig is grating on me: boring work, needless forced on-site days commuting to the office, and a new VP who's made micromanaging an Olympic sport. The only pro is my amazing direct boss who's very invested in my growth.

A start-up eCommerce company has offered me a FT position--along with a big boost in pay that would really make a tangible life difference. Plus fully remote which I've been dreaming of. Plus company-wide Friday off every 3 weeks. Plus unlimited PTO, so on and so forth.

I get the contract and the first part is barely 2.5 pages long. What follows is the lengthy, dense "Employee Inventions and Proprietary Information Agreement". This is the most draconian thing I've ever seen-- basically the Company potentially has a claim to ANY work that you do if they deem it's useful to them, even if you made it on your own device, on your own time, etc. And even if it meets every litmus for personal work, you STILL have to "report it" the Company know so they can decide. As someone who does traditional art, photography, and handlettering in my spare time, I hate the fuck out of this. Basically I'd have to keep all my work to myself and not update my portfolio for the entirety of the time I work there. Even then, some of the language extends BEYOND the employment term to future works. (!!!)

From what I can tell, this would be standard for a high-level govt job, or a tech start up with lots of engineering and dev IP to be had, but not for a middling design role at a podunk B2C company. I plan to see if they'll let me not sign or remove the egregious parts, but this has totally soured the deal for me. Am I overreacting? I'm really mourning the potential loss of what was otherwise a dream offer.

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What are the most complete salary calculators in Belgium? Looking for a way to compare jobs with many extra legal advantages and IP ruling with each other.
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Iโ€™m a VoIP Engineer and my salary is 600$ per month.

Iโ€™m working in a Company that sells Contact Center Software for over 500 clients worldwide and Iโ€™m the only VoIP Engineer in the company. Everything sucks about the company. Paycheck is shitty. Iโ€™m working almost 24/7 for this dingdongs, Iโ€™m responsible for over 90 servers that should be up and running 24/7, My manager is a dipshit and Iโ€™m feeling like a slave. Main reason that Iโ€™m staying at the company because of the economy is getting shittier everyday in Turkey and finding a new job is not easy and Iโ€™m working from home (the only benefit of this job).

The good thing is Iโ€™m trying to move to the Europe and when I leave, they not easily gonna find someone that knows about VoIP protocols and services that runs VoIP protocols on Linux Servers.

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If I salary sacrifice a laptop at work and agree to use the laptop for business purposes, will my company have IP rights over anything I do on this laptop in my spare time?

[Perth] Title says it all really. I'm signing a letter stating to use a laptop used for salary sacrifice for business purposes. Now let's say I build a startup using this laptop in my spare time. Will my company have legal ground to seek ownership of what I do on this laptop outside of work hours? If so, then I don't think it's worth saving 100$ GST if it might screw me over in the future.

Thanks in advance.

Update: After conservation I have decided to sell this salary sacrificed laptop and buy an identical one with my own money. It's simply not worth the potential legal ramifications in the future for $100

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Boutique IP Firm Salary

For those of you that started out at a medium sized boutique IP firm, what has your salary progression looked like?

In a few months, I am starting out as a junior associate at an intellectual property firm in a mid-sized market. I am making relatively good money starting off (about the same as big law in the area), but I canโ€™t find any resources showing how salary increases year to year for this structure. Does it largely mirror the raises of big law, or is it unique?

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A chat with Andrew Tjangs' start up "Cognition IP"
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Ever wondered why fungi contain compounds that affect human cognition? It's because our unicellular ancestors shared ancient neurotransmitters that pre-dated the evolution of the brain. - Prof. Michael Levin NeurIPS 2018 reddit.com/r/DrugNerds/coโ€ฆ
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Ever wondered why fungi contain compounds that affect human cognition? It's because our unicellular ancestors shared ancient neurotransmitters that pre-dated the evolution of the brain. - Prof. Michael Levin NeurIPS 2018 youtube.com/watch?v=RjD1aโ€ฆ
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In a few weeks from now, Genshin Impact will be the most expensive video game ever made!

That's right. Genshin Impact will have cost Hoyoverse $500 million by its second anniversary, making it the most expensive game ever made!

Hoyoverse made Genshin at an initial budget of $100M, which officially made it the 12th in the list of big budget games. The next year, they issued a statement mentioning that it costs $200M per year to produce new content and keep everything running on schedule.

The numbers do make sense because they have 700+ people on this IP. Considering an average yearly wage of $75K (IT pays a lot more than this), it makes it a minimum of 50M+ per year in salaries. Then there is full voice acting in four languages, marketing, production design, servers and a lot more.

The closest official competitor will be Star Citizen, which is probably never gonna release and Cyberpunk 2077 which comes in third now. The first Destiny may be a close competitor as the devs have unofficially stated that it cost them $500M to 'develop the franchise', whatever that means.

Return on Investment: Considering that they have spent 500M until now and they make $3.7B per year, the ROI is around 1380%. Meaning for every dollar that they put in, they get back ~$15, which is just f**ing crazy!!

If Genshin is going to keep this level of quality to the end of this Teyvat chapter (4 years from now), I'm all in for this ride. I've spent only $60 on this game in the last 2 years and I've gotten more fun out of it than many other games combined. So yeah, I'm happy for and very jealous of Hoyoverse for this masterpiece. Congrats and screw you lads!

Edit ('cause other subs called this a P2W scam): $60 got me 25 five star pulls and 400 wishes saved. I have 41/51 characters, all of which are fully built with their levelled talents, unique weapons & artifacts. I only want Nahida and Kokomi now, for whom I have enough wishes saved while Mona will continue to evade me forever :|

*Edit 1: Guys. Please use your critical thinking skills. I did not think that I'd have to explain this one but I did not spend $60 at once for my 25 five stars pulls

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[Heyman] CC Sabathia: 10M salary, 500K for 155, 165, 175, 185 IP. Also gets full no- trade protection. #yankees twitter.com/JonHeyman/staโ€ฆ
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Ever wondered why fungi contain compounds that affect human cognition? It's because our unicellular ancestors shared ancient neurotransmitters that pre-dated the evolution of the brain. - Prof. Michael Levin NeurIPS 2018 youtube.com/watch?v=RjD1aโ€ฆ
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At Kenley Jansen's new $16M/year salary, his 2016 income would have been $77,300 per out. Clayton Kershaw's income in 2016 (149 IP): $77,300 per out. espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/1โ€ฆ
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A Massive Rant from a Former Nanny

Before I start this rant I would like to clear up a few things. This isn't to bash all parents that hire a nanny, nor am I saying all parents are like this. This is just what I have seen in my years in childcare and a lot of things that I have read on this sub. I think nannying is a career doesn't garner a lot of respect. When in reality the work that you all give to families is incredibly valuable. I'm also aware that there are nannies who shouldn't be anywhere near a child and totally take advantage of NP's goodwill. That's not what I'm addressing here, that's not this conversation in the least. Make another post for that.

For my experience, I nannied all throughout college in a major city. I continued after graduating while I pursued dance and modeling. I nannied while I studied for the MCAT and I have since left that world for a scientific research role at a law firm. My fiancรฉ is a lawyer, he and I have shown nannies in our area legal resources and laws so they can best advocate for themselves. He doesn't give legal advice, he isn't their lawyers he just knows where to point people in the right direction because the average person just isn't aware. So I have seen a lot of patterns and similarities in my own experience.

Now for the rant

It really really pisses me off when NPs say "Well that's not a universal industry standard". Because the subtext of this statement is that nannies don't have a standard because it's not a real job. To have PTO, sick days and a W-2 are basic things any job that you are an employee of would give you. If you are an NP and you do not have those things, that doesn't mean the nanny should change their standards. That means that you need to find a job that respects you.

Another version of nannying not being a real job, is when parents post job listings wanting years of experience. A nanny with formal education in child development/child psychology/education or something of that nature. A nanny that can teach their children a different language. A nanny that can do laundry and the dishes and cook the kids meals. Meal prep for their kids. Make a lesson plan for the kids. All while giving them really shit pay. There is nothing wrong with wanting those things from a nanny, but in what world can you ask someone with multiple qualifications and a boat load of responsibilities to work for less than a living wage.

Something that is often said on this sub by NP's is "If I don't work at my job, I don't get paid. Why should my nanny

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Giving up my tenured associate professor position to leave for industry

I am just under 40 and currently a tenured associate professor of psychology at a tiny teaching-focused private college in the rural northeast. The college is four-year, highly residential, and almost exclusively undergraduate. I am considering quitting academia entirely and switching to industry and would appreciate people's perspectives on this. I am considering going into market research analysis, as I believe I have the quantitative statistics knowledge, research skills, and public speaking ability to do the job really well.

Background about me: I received my PhD in experimental (i.e., not clinical) psychology from a top-rated R1, then did a few years of postdoc work at prestigious medical schools before landing in this teaching college job. I started as a VAP my first year, and then I quietly snuck onto the tenure track, I think just because they needed me. My spouse has a great six-figure job that cannot be remote, we have family nearby, and our kids are in school, so we are not moving out of the area.

I do not want to work at any R1, let alone the one R1 in the area, and I suspect they wouldnโ€™t hire me anyway. I applied to four faculty positions at nearby masters-level institutions this year. I made it to the on-campus interview stage for two of them, both times as one of three finalists. One position was a private college with a pretty long commute (1.5 hrs each way) and the other was a state college with a commute only a bit longer than my current one.

At both places, I seemed to do well in the interviews, the faculty were very nice, and there was a lot more support for teaching and research with less advising and service expectations. Both were essentially what I thought it was looking for and I would have taken either if offered, but I did not get either position, despite putting my best foot forward. It probably wasnโ€™t anything wrong that I did; it is just the horribly tight job market and someone else was a bit better of a fit. Iโ€™ll find out who beat me for each of the positions in a month or so, which is a bit weird. When first moving to the area, I also made it to the final round on a TT search and a VAP search at similar institutions, and I did not get those either.

Background about my college: My college has been in a financially precarious position for years and certainly would have closed during the pandemic if not for government money. Like the rest of the college, our admissions office is understaffed and has high turno

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Some FREE IT Professional (& related) "Accredited" Certifications, checked July 29 2022 (Repost - URL shorten'er not allowed issue)

"Com'on horse, DRINK..." - bring a horse to water...

There are others than the listed, but they are mostly, "padding" (READ: Known as low value/fake)

Picking & choosing from these, career path depending, you can be "highly educated & certified" (skilled?) in your field, for free. At the "entry level" (maybe a bit more), even starting at "square 1".

In fairly short order at that! I do not believe anything here is longer than 6 months (at 3hrs per week).

More (OUT OF SPACE)

The $900 "DIY" Associate Of (Computer) Science Degree &

https://github.com/cloudcommunity/Free-Certifications

& https://github.com/munchy-bytes/FreeDevCertifications

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Master List - "Effort Saver"

Warning: Be focused, you dont need all or most of these, few hardware support tech's are PaaS administrators or application programmers.... and verse-visa ... "KNOW YOUR ROLE".

  • I started in home/end user service, mostly backup > image > deploy, or sitting there running av stuff (tron, etc).... I'm now a โ€œIT Support Specialistโ€, I'd rank myself "level 2" (in EU/SOHO area)
  • If your employer isnt valuing your credentials... thats a red flag. So is the concept that you will spend $2.5K+, per year, renewing out of pocket (I had this issue recently)
  • 99.9% chance a "Proctored Exam" (aka: supervised, in person or online) is NOT FREE

IMPORTANT INFO: What you NEED for "XYZ" IT Job/Role

>To learn more about various cybersecurity (& ALL other IT ROLES!!) roles and what they entail, you can start with the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST), which publishes the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
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>This framework attempts to create a common vernacular for security work. Instead of focusing on specific job titles, it breaks cybersecurity work down into the specific knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) required to perform tasks.

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Note: "Th' Chedar" (AKA: Career's have salaries)

I am a "mid-wit"... harsh but honest. You dont need to be "big braine

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Thirty year old ERP | "My what now?"

At $Truck, the infrastructure could be described generously as a four ton hairball composed of a mixture of technology that was old or ancient, working and not, and held together with duct tape, laziness, and a a not insignificant amount of dumb luck. It reminds me of my mom's folksy wisdom about God looking out for fools and drunks.

As a completely accurate representation, let us consider the ERP.

The server runs OpenVMS and was set up in the late 80s. The OS and the application have been unpatchable for almost 20 years. It is a TTY system accessible only by an unsupported terminal emulator meant for WinXP that works with Win10 in compatibility mode. The hardware is an i386 server, which means it cannot be installed on an x86_64 server. I was told that for some reason it could not be virtualized or cloud hosted. You use Telnet to access it. It was backed up to tape, and not with a library. It could not be backed up while the system was running. It could not run reports on components while people were in those components. Running reports would use so many resources it would cause general and severe system slowness.

Everyone in the company except for HR used this program, and all of this will be relevant.

The whole IT department who were responsible for this situation were fired months before I was hired, but there were ongoing delays in migrating to something less awful.

The new department was $WinTel (the boss), $slackmin (who was fired a few days before this story because slackmin, which meant no one internally understood what was happening), and $Me.

$sndhlp, an office manager at one of the branches, calls and says she should be able to print invoices both to her printer and the $truck file, but it's just printing. Since I don't know what she means, I remote into her machine and realize she's got it set so invoices get emailed to her, and there is an Outlook rule to send them to a folder. After some looking, Outlook is fine, but there are no emails.

So I call $vendor. Apparently we were paying $vendor about 4x my annual salary to keep them supporting this thing as much as they were (there was a lot, as we will learn, that they would or could not help us with). The guy I speak to is $vendMagic, who is one of their senior people and apparently one of the foremost experts on OpenVMS in the world. I tell him the issue, he says no problem, he does a thing, and somehow it breaks worse because now she gets no emails and it's printing at the wron

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IBM Entry Level Salary for Software Engineer, Cognitive Software engineer

Do any of you know the salary for entry level software engineer and entry level cognitive software engineer position offered at IBM finish line event?

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20 Reasons why Psychology is one of the Worst Degrees in New Zealand

20 Reasons why Psychology is one of the Worst Degrees in New Zealand

Every day I read similar stories from Psychology graduates about how they struggle to find work or can't find a job paying more than the minimum wage. This is true in New Zealand and overseas. Some are forced to write off the investment in a Psychology degree and instead study something completely different. Comments like "I feel devastated, I went to University for 4 years and have nothing to show for it" or "I completed my Psychology degree and now I can't find a job. Any suggestions?" are all too common.

Paradoxically, Psychology remains one of the most asked about degrees on this subreddit after degrees in IT / Computer Science. Common questions include "Which is the Best university to study Psychology?", "How do I get into Psychology?", etc.

I also had negative experiences with a Psychology degree and created this list of 20 reasons why Psychology is a bad major. This is the list people didn't want you to read, a global version that I posted recently was censored by some moderators and provoked an outpouring of nasty direct messages. Apparently the cognitive dissonance it created was enough to make many redditors' heads explode.

Of course everyone can make up their own mind about what makes a good or bad major and what they should study, but I want to give people something to think about when making a major life decision. When individuals start university, maybe they aren't all that focused on the distant future or perhaps are unsure about what to study. Nevertheless I urge you to think carefully about what you choose to study and how it will impact your entire life. Be realistic about what jobs a particular degree will make you eligible for - preferably before completing that degree. Even if you aren't sure what to study, in my opinion there are many better degrees than Psychology.

Here are the reasons I think Psychology is a bad major:

  1. A Bachelor degree in Psychology is fairly worthless. The majority of Psychology graduates will be trying to enter the workforce with only a Bachelor degree. In all the countries I researched the majority of students did not go on to graduate school. This is true for many reasons, lack of money, sick of study, average GPA, limited number of places in clinical psychology graduate programmes, burn out etc. Yet there is no job that requires a Bachelor degree in Psychology, so graduates are forced to compete for generic jobs that any g
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ไธญๅ›ฝ็ง‘ๅญฆ้™ข้—ไผ ไธŽๅ‘่‚ฒ็”Ÿ็‰ฉๅญฆ็ ”็ฉถๆ‰€็ ”็ฉถๅ‘˜ๅผ ๆฐธๆธ…ๅ›ข้˜Ÿๆญๅปบไบ†ๅŸบไบŽๆทฑๅบฆๅญฆไน ็š„ไธ‰็ปด่ฟๅŠจ่ฟฝ่ธชๆŠ€ๆœฏๅนณๅฐ๏ผŒๅ…ฑๅˆ†ๆžไบ†21000ไฝ™ๆฌก็‹—ไธŽไบบไบ’ๅŠจ่ฟ‡็จ‹ไธญๅฐพๅทด่ฟๅŠจ็š„่ฝจ่ฟนใ€‚่ฏฅๅ›ข้˜Ÿ้ฆ–ๆฌกๅ‘็Žฐ็‹—็‹—ๅฐพๅทดๆ‘‡ๆ‘†็š„ๅไพงๅŒ–ๆ˜ฏไธ€ไธชไปฃ่กจ็†Ÿๆ‚‰็จ‹ๅบฆ็š„ๆ•ๆ„ŸๆŒ‡ๆ ‡๏ผŒ็ฎ€่จ€ไน‹๏ผŒไธŽไธ็†Ÿๆ‚‰็š„ไบบไบ’ๅŠจๆ—ถ๏ผŒ็‹—็š„ๅฐพๅทดๆ‘‡ๆ‘†ๅๅทฆ๏ผ›่€ŒไธŽ็†Ÿๆ‚‰็š„ไบบไบ’ๅŠจๆ—ถ๏ผŒๅฐพๅทด็š„ๆ‘‡ๆ‘†ๅๅณ๏ผŒๅฐฑๅƒๆฏไธชไบบ้ƒฝๆœ‰็‹ฌ็‰น็š„ๆŒ‡็บนไธŽๆญฅๆ€ไธ€ๆ ท๏ผŒ็Šฌ็ฑปไนŸๆœ‰็€็‹ฌ็‰น่€Œ็จณๅฎš็š„ๆ‘‡ๅฐพ็‰นๅพใ€‚็›ธๅ…ณ็ ”็ฉถๆˆๆžœ่ฟ‘ๆ—ฅๅœจ็บฟๅ‘่กจไบŽใ€Šไบคๅ‰็ง‘ๅญฆใ€‹๏ผˆiScience๏ผ‰ๆ‚ๅฟ—ใ€‚๏ฝœๆœฌๆฅๅ…ถๅฎžๆˆ‘ๆฒกๆƒณ่ฝฌๅ‘่ฟ™ไธช็š„๏ผŒไนŸๆ˜ฏไธ€่ตฐไธ€่ฟ‡ๅฝ“่ฐˆ่ต„ไบ†๏ผŒๅˆšๆ‰ๅ‡บๅŽปๆŽ’้˜Ÿ็ญ‰ๅฟซ้€’ๆ—ถ๏ผŒๅ‰้ขๅคงๅฆˆ็‰ต็€ๅฐ็‹—๏ผŒไธ็”Ÿไบบ่ฟ˜ๅพˆๅ‹ๅฅฝ๏ผŒๆˆ‘ๅฐฑๅ„็งๆŠšๆ‘ธๆ‰ๆ“ๅฎƒ๏ผŒๅฐพๅทดๆ‘‡็š„็”šๆฌข๏ผŒๆญฃๅฅฝๆƒณๅˆฐ่ฟ™ไบ‹ๅฐฑๆณจๆ„่ง‚ๅฏŸไบ†ไธ‹๏ผŒๅฑ…็„ถ็œŸ็š„ๆ˜ฏ็•ฅๅพฎๅๅทฆ็š„่ฏถ๏ผๆˆ‘็ซ™่ตท่บซ้ฉฌไธŠ่ฝฌๅ‘ไบ†(=ยดโˆ€๏ฝ€)ไบบ(ยดโˆ€๏ฝ€=)ๆณจๆ„่ฟ™ไธชๅทฆๅณๆ˜ฏ็‹—็‹—่‡ชๅทฑ็š„ๅทฆๅณ

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Undergrad major: Econ vs Cognitive Science - which major is easier to find good job & have higher salary?

I am really interested in both majors. By majoring in Econ(minor in Accounting), I think I will be able to work as some finance-related jobs. By majoring in Cognitive Science(specializing in HCI), I will be able to work as UX designer. At first, I thought Econ would be better. However, since Econ is all about theoretical topics, I am not sure how Econ major itself will be helpful for my career(unless I do MBA or CPA, etc.). Also I heard UX designers are in demand? (I am not sure about this) I know the question is vague, but what would be the answer among those two majors? (+graduating from well-known school)

Btw I am asking for undergrad majors! Thanks in advance :)

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Ever wondered why fungi contain compounds that affect human cognition? It's because our unicellular ancestors shared ancient neurotransmitters that pre-dated the evolution of the brain. - Prof. Michael Levin NeurIPS 2018 reddit.com/r/DrugNerds/coโ€ฆ
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[Heyman] CC Sabathia: 10M salary, 500K for 155, 165, 175, 185 IP. Also gets full no- trade protection. #yankees twitter.com/jonheyman/staโ€ฆ
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Chapmanโ€™s contract compared, in the context of salary made per inning played. ($$/IP)

Here's a list showing the average salary players make per inning played. Based on their 162 game average IP and their average annual value of their contracts.
This isn't exclusive to pitchers, but all players, just so happens that they are all pitchers, added Miguel Cabrera for context of the next highest position player.

Bolded are closers.

And Jansen will be right under Chapman in just a bit

Name AAV IP/162 $$/IP
Chapman $17,200,000 67 $277,419
Jansen $16,000,000 68 $235,294
Melancon $15,500,000 68 $227,941
Robertson $11,500,000 67 $171,642
Greinke $34,416,666 207 $166,264
Kimbrel $10,500,000 66 $159,091
Price $31,000,000 227 $136,563
Kershaw $30,714,286 227 $135,305
Lester $25,833,333 215 $120,155
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Cabrera $28,000,000 1,458 $19,204

What a time to be a closer. These contracts are like the housing market of Baseball, hopefully it's worth it.

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Has anyone else had trouble settling down in a place?

I've spent much of my adult live moving between HCOL cities for various reasons. Often, after a breakup or other crisis I'll move cities and feel much better. Sometimes it has been for a job. Sometimes the idea that I didn't fit in with the culture of a particular place.

But I am tired of moving. I have seen my peers who stayed in one place develop and solidify long-lasting friendships, while most of my friendships are long-distance, which makes them ultimately a bit shaky.

I currently live in a HCOL city that is known for being standoffish. But I moved back here because there are people here that I have known for decades. And I planned to buy a house and become a parent. However, I moved during the pandemic and so I rarely see my friends. Almost everyone I know has been through some major loss or depression or drama in the past year and is kind of hibernating. I also haven't made much of an effort in the past year. I went through a miscarriage/breakup in early 2021. My father is declining from Alzheimer's.

Last year, my parents offered to give me a significant amount of money to use as down payment on a house. Like, more than twice my yearly salary. I started looking at homes but kept putting off buying because I thought maybe I should move to be near my parents, especially since my father is nearing the end of his cognition. For the past year, I've spent a significant (to me) amount of money traveling to be near my parents, sometimes paying double rent so that I could spend time in their city . . . while simultaneously going through fertility tests and treatments in my home city. It's been exhausting. I decided to finally move to be near them because I was about to start IVF and figured I would do the egg retrieval, then move/settle, and come back for the transfer.

But my health insurance company, for bullshit reasons, has forced me to delay IVF. I have been simultaneously fighting them and planning my move . . . and my parents let me know that because the stock market is down, they no longer want to help me buy a house. It's hard for me to understand, because they live in the most expensive city in the U.S. (by choice), in a million dollar home that my mother feels is too small for them (a one-story 3-bedroom for 2 people)--and so are currently looking to buy themselves a bigger place. This doesn't *look* like financial trouble to me, but maybe I'm missing something.

My parents were a bit narcissistic and abusive when I was a kid, and we di

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Here are 7 psychology hacks in DISCOUNTS used by the biggest brands in the world to help you double your sales today

I work using behavioral science in marketing on a daily basis.

I've noticed there haven't been any single blog posts or an article on the topic of cognitive biases in discounts, so I thought I'll write one.

Here are 7 cognitive biases you can use in your business to boost your sales with discounts:

1. Zero Price Effect

When customers pay for something, they calculate the risks of any dissatisfaction they might get from that product.

They have no expectations of free products and can even value them higher, compared to more expensive goods.

There was an experiment in 2007 showing how the $0 price affects customer choices. Participants were divided into two groups:

  1. one would have to choose between a bar of chocolate that cost 1c and a 14c truffle.
  2. The other group decided between the same products but the low-quality one was offered free and the truffle was for 13c.
  3. The first group chose a higher-quality product over the cheap one.
  4. The second group chose free, low-quality products over higher-quality truffles.

60% of e-commerce companies cite โ€œfree shipping with conditionsโ€ as their most successful marketing tool, finding that many customers would rather get free shipping (e.g., a $6.99 value) over a discount that saves them $10 on their purchase.

2. Anchoring Bias

Anchoring bias is a cognitive bias that causes us to rely too heavily on the first piece of information we are given about a topic.

When we are setting plans or making estimates about something, we interpret newer information from the reference point of our anchor, instead of seeing it objectively.

For example, to apply the anchoring bias, give the original price of a product/service, and then cross it out. The customers will see how much they gain with that particular discount.

For example: โ€œYesterday: $500. Now: $250โ€ (by the way, mind it that โ€œnowโ€ is more dynamic than โ€œtodayโ€, too).

Giving the new, smaller price right next to the old, bigger one makes it look more attractive.

3. Motivating-Uncertainty Effect

Motivating-Uncertainty Effect says that we are more motivated to reach a goal with an uncertain reward than the one with a fixed reward.

Its variation is also known as "variable rewards" (the concept created by Nir Eyal).

When rewards are highly variable, our brains are overtaken by dopamine and relentlessly search for their next reward.

There was research that showed that people are much more likely to be stimulated by the unknown prize, than

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TIL Shivdeep Waman Lande is an IPS Officer of 2006 Batch who donates 70% of his salary to a social organization which arranges marriage for poor girls and hostels for poor students en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiโ€ฆ
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I am a User Experience Researcher. I conduct studies that inform product designs and business strategies - in other words I make an interface user-friendly through research. Background in cognitive science and behavioral research, then design. Six figure salary.

I work for a large professional networking website with hundreds of millions of users.

I work with designers, developers, and project managers around making sure that designs are user-friendly. This means doing research by interviewing people who use our site, watch them do various tasks, and try to figure out two things:

(1) If the product my company creates is filling the expected needs and desires of those that use it. I I help decide which features we put in and how we implement them based on how test groups of users react to them.

(2) Whether the users are able to properly understand how to accomplish their tasks. If you are making a website that sells fish, you'd best hope that buying fish is really easy for your customers. You'd be surprised how much business you lose if it's easier to buy fish on a different site, even if that site is more expensive.

I take people's feedback along with my assessment of the design's effectiveness to the designers, and advise them on how to incorporate solutions for the problems they are trying to solve.

Day to day, my job revolves around:

(1) Planning my research. I work with a team that handles a particular feature on the site, and they have questions and ideas around how to make their product better. I take their questions and ideas, and recruit people from the userbase to meet me at our offices for an interview about the idea. I speak with lots of people for every study so each one is a big logistical project - almost an event planning portion since I am setting up appointments with people. We pay them $100/hr for their time.

(2) Creating my research. There are tons of methods for what I do, and each project requires a different mix. Interviews can be done in different ways - sometimes I ask a person to log every time they do something by taking a screenshot and filling a questionnaire and then talk to them about it. Other times I show them designs and ask what they think and why. Other times I watch them try to do something and observe when they fail and succeed and why.

(3) Figuring out how to accomplish the goal of the product. Each product has a purpose and value- my job is to figure out how we can design it so it will help that happen. This means understanding what the product is meant to do, what people are doing with it, and what they find difficult or frustrating about it. Then, it's on me to come up with ideas on how to make it better!

My background is i

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Irish Prison Service rehires ex-governors as consultants - The IPS is refusing to name the two former governors, who are earning consultancy salaries of โ‚ฌ30,000 and โ‚ฌ40,000 per year on top of their pensions businesspost.ie/news/irisโ€ฆ
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