"I feel we are over paid!!!"
"Due to my recent MBA from atop university (University of Chicago) I am extremely underpaid."
"I do not feel that I am under or over paid. I believe the salary I receive is comparable for the duties that are required for my position. As a senior underwriter I work long hours and overtime. I am expected to retain and apply many guidelines and specifications. It is my responsibility to review, evaluate, problem solve and create solutions to make loans approvable and insurable. I have been in this industry for going on 13 yrs. My current base salary is indicative of my certifications, credentials, training and experience."
"I am being overpaid because 66,000 is a lot and a good salary to me. I can't complain."
"The pay is comparable to other banks but still on the lower end."
"Underpaid and I only worked 25 hours a week."
"I felt the pay was decent for industry standards. The importance is working with a system of people who are diligent and wanting to get the job done. I felt that I was usually in that positive situation."
"In my most recent position, equity shares were used to replace initial dollar costs."
"Neither, I think it should be based of your performance."
"I feel the salary is perfect. However, I would like to earn commission on all the loans closed monthly."
"I am right on par with what I should be making for this line of work."
"This is not overpaid or underpaid, just right I can say."
"Surely underpaid. In this recession and with all the economic and geopolitical issues around us. I am surely being underpaid.I just received a call yesterday from India, I lady was over the phone trying to recruit me for a company in the United States.Soon we are going to find that the employment companies getting unemployed. How do you like that"
"Underpaid due to the need for business revenue to increase profit."
"I am being paid good as per the market price."
"Yes I am getting under paid. I have been performing at a VP level for over 2.5 years now, and I have been recognized for that, but the pay doesn't reflect it."