This is how much more money can you expect to earn once you get licensed

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    Angelo Capobianco

    Will the video be posted anywhere?

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    Michael Ermann

    It can be found inside the Amber Book course, the PcM Practice Exam, number 57 as a link in the answer explanation. It should be posted there around Tuesday. In the meantime, if you want to tool around and explore architecture salaries (with and without licenses). . . go here.

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    Miguel Sanchez Rubi

    Why doesn't amber book have a place where we can listen to these discussions? The information is very useful and educational for all. 

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    Michael Ermann

    That’s a great idea….we’re talking internally about adding this one to our youtube channel

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    Angelo Capobianco

    Hey Michael, has this been posted yet? I tried looking under the PCM Practice Exam #57 answer twice and found no URL linking to this video.

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    Rebekka O'Melia

    Of course you can easily expect a raise and/or promotion with a new title for getting licensed.  I think a 15% increase in salary would be expected.  You don't need to buy a course to figure this out.  

    The AIA compensation calculator is available here:  https://info.aia.org/salary/salary.aspx

    A level II associate, unlicensed earns an average of $75k/yr.

    A level II associate, LICENSED earns an average of $86k/yr.

    This is the 15% I estimated...

    Over the course of 20 yrs obviously the salary increase and potential promotions would add up.

    Hope this helps!

    Rebekka

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