Career (and Life) Measuring Sticks - Where should you be by what age?

Welp I want to avoid writing a novel here because I have seen my story a bunch of times from my friends IRL, and even more so on this forum, and think you are familiar with it.

A little backstory - I just turned 26. I am on my third job (previous jobs was mid-office at BB, to rating agency) went to a non-target but through networking got into a BB in Equity Research where I am an Analyst and have been there less than a year. Pay is ... standard, base just around 100.

Thing is, I just feel like I dont have as much money saved as I would like.

Living in NYC - paying ~1.8k / month in rent, utlities, etc. I am pretty much having a quarter-life crisis and am thinking where am I going to be in 4 years when I am 30? Im single but how can I afford having a relationship none the less a family one day? How am I supposed to buy a house?!?! a car??

So I wanted to start this thread, as I am sure there have been other before, but think it would be helpful both in any advice but also for my mental stability (and I am sure others) to give your take on where you should be in your career by age 25? Or age 30 even.

And to avoid the cliche responses of 'everyone goes at their own pace' and 'as long as you are happy' (which I understand are very important, but for the sake of this exercise, not what I am intending) I think it would be interesting to answer the below for what you think you SHOULD have by age 25 and age 30 which I assume the majority of active users on this forum are below those ages.

Please note this is what you think you SHOULD have, or I guess a baseline - this is not a pissing contest to brag about your accomplishments. I realize some of the fields, if not all depend on your profession - ie banking has a higher comp but again - this is what you think an average 25 or 30 year old in Finance should have.

Age: 25
Compensation (base + bonus): give a range, ie. 95-125
Savings (ie. liquid savings, excluding retirement):
Retirement Funds:
Savings/Month (minus rent + fixed costs of living):

Age: 30
Compensation (base + bonus):
Savings (ie. liquid savings, excluding retirement):
Retirement Funds:
Savings/Month (minus rent + fixed costs of living):

Lets be nice here guys - no insults or anything, just I think its good to set financial goals and am interested to see how I stack up.