Noeliberals really, really want to be able to pay software engineers 35k a year instead of 100

>The first software engineering Master's degree was established at Seattle University in 1979
>In 1972, engineers made an average annual starting salary of $9,775, but engineers with more experience could make up to $27,653. Source: U.S. Civil Service
Their est. is based on fungible hiring practices so you never earn seniority.
The worst part is, these jobs are going away with AI programming itself & other robots.
I know the discrepancies from CEOs, board members, and owners is vast.
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