It depends a lot where in the US you will be staying. Salaries change a lot depending on the area where you live. For example, Eastern US is much more expensive than Western US (except California,) therefore, the salaries are higher East. In general, housing is cheaper in Southern US comparing to the rest of the US, therefore, salaries differ a lot. There are a few websites that provide you with useful information, such as "2005 Salary Reports" at: www.payscale.com
Tomás Rosa Bueno wrote:
I have been offered a position as an in-house project manager for a small- to medium-sized translation company based in the US. I could consider the idea of relocating depending on how much I could make, so it'd be nice to know (for negotiation purposes) how much is a good/reasonable salary for a project manager in the US.
Can anyone help me?