2008 I started to work in Xi'an , The monthly salary is 6800 .2014 year , The salary changes into a month 14900 . this 7 year , Average annual salary growth 11.86% .
Doesn't it look good , A lot of people stay in a company , It won't rise for two or three years , Or two or three hundred a year . This is also the basis for many developers to feel that they can only rely on job hopping . I also have the experience of job hopping and salary increase ：
2014 In the second half of , For financial and policy reasons , My set-top box is responsible for product development , I left and stayed 7 Company of the year , Change to another company , A monthly salary increase 10100 , gains 67.79% .
Two phase comparison , There seems to be a conclusion —— The company's pay rise is slow , The salary increase depends on job hopping .
However , It's just a phenomenon , There is another opposite phenomenon ： In a company N Years later, , Promotion , Wages are soaring ！
therefore , Let's start with two key points of salary increase , Provide a job opportunity assessment tool , Help us to assess whether we should stay in the company and wait for a raise , Or constantly changing jobs to seek higher pay .
From a market perspective , A programmer is a commodity . All goods have use value 、 Value and price .
The use value is that the commodity satisfies people's desire 、 An attribute of the utility of things . For example, sharpening pencil is the use value of pencil sharpener , Eliminating hunger is the use value of steamed bread , Writing software to solve problems is the value of programmers .
A commodity may have multiple uses . Like a fruit knife , You can peel fruit , You can also cut meat , You can dig a hole ; Like programmers , You can write software to solve problems , Or go shopping with a woman , You can fix computers .
The subject of the purchase , What is needed is a certain use value of the commodity . But the use value needs to pass “ value ” To measure .
Generally speaking , The value of a commodity is an evaluation of the degree to which a commodity meets the needs of its users <