Which is correct: above your pay grade or beyond your pay grade? If both are alright, which is better?
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In the USA, it's also usually above. Beyond would suggest that it's not possible for you to ever reach that pay grade because you haven't got the required education for the job, for example.
Take a few extra hours or a freelance job and you can get the thing that is above. Despair that you totally can't afford it if it's beyond.