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salary once and for all...

 
#1 salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 16:26

jarrod.

Ok, lets resolve the salary question one in for all. Everyone writes their salary and grade, so the whole consulting forum here will have a clear picture of what to expect etc for role / age / salary / company. I start: I am a consultant in strat department of biggest mAnagement CoNsultancy, 3 years experience, 40k. no end of year bonus.

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#2 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 16:57

Here goes...

Change Management - Programme Manager, Citigroup, Vice President, 9yrs exp since graduation, GBP62400 basic + 17000 bonus.

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#3 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 17:33

Restless IB'er

Hi 'Here Goes' - I too work for Citi, though in completely different dept (not going to state which though). Director, 15 years exp including MBA, basic + bonus a several k over 6 figures.

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#4 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 17:51

kwan

PA, Consultant, Business Transformation Group, 2 years experience, base 43K, trasport allowance 4K, 36% bonus last year (which is ok, but not so good compared to the 60+% of (a few)others in the practice).

70% wage increase in 2 years, albeit from a low base

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#5 I like your style
13/10/2005 17:58

pedro

Programme manager, big mobile network operator, 10 years experience, £67k basic with £10-15K bonus

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#6 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 18:42

Kwan!

Kwan!

The whole point was to release your salary. saying six figures, as im sure i dont have to explain to a baker, can be anywhere from 100k to 999.99k. whats the point otherwsie?

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#7 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 20:00

a

Kwan, <br>We are unclear about your salary and experience. 43K for just 2 years experience? Plus a 40% bonus? Come on be real or dont post!

<br>How long since you graduated and how many years experience in total.

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#8 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 21:14

Jones

I'm a plumber, no University degree and I RAKE the money in compared to you swots -well over £70k (and I work for myself)

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#9 Re: salary once and for all...
13/10/2005 22:18

were-rabbit

Why would a plumber be looking or even interested in this site?

I'm assuming that your business maybe compromised by the Eastern Europe contingent nowadays?

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#10 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 10:37

Anon

Blimey are things that bad? When I was an Anon CoNsultant back in 2000 with three years experience, I was on 37K + OT which brought my package to 50K and also thrown in a free central london flat on the Thames, since my office was based up north! What with inflation and no doubt the usual 50 hours a week that one is expected to do, then that's a wage reduction and within SITE as well! Oh the joys of working in a partnership! Happy days!

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#11 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 12:45

EDS, consultant 33.5K, no bonus!!!!!

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#12 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 13:00

TaxMan

Tax and business Strategy consultant - 4 year - large media £43k plus 25%.

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#13 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 13:06

anon

IT consultancy, south east, 2.5 years exp £30K, no bonus

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#14 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 13:07

Mungojerry

Atos Consulting, 6 years exp, 60k + 10% bonus + 5.3k car allowance + package...

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#15 Re: salary once and for all...
14/10/2005 22:37

CG

CG, 7 years experience, 80K + 5% bonus.

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#16 kwan ?
15/10/2005 12:11

anon

Kwan, are you saying you moved from analyst-to- consultsnt analyst-then to-consultant in two years? Im suprised with only two years experience (im assuming from analyst level) your comfortable taking home 55k a year. Could you clarify this?

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#17 Re: salary once and for all...
16/10/2005 00:38

green05

Change management consultant, Accenture, 2 yrs experience, 38K

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#18 Re: salary once and for all...
16/10/2005 16:03

anon

Small Man Consultancy. 5 yrs exp . Management resp. 50k + up to 10% bonus. Definitely underpaid in my view.

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#19 ha you guys earn nothing!
17/10/2005 09:18

marteri

Goldman Sachs, strategic sterilizer (cleaner), 35 years experience, 150k weekly.

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#20 Re: ha you guys earn nothing!
17/10/2005 09:30

anon

But at least most of us see daylight!

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#21 How skinny can this thread go ?
17/10/2005 15:04

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#22 Re: How skinny can this thread go ?
17/10/2005 16:24

letsee

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#23 Re: How skinny can this thread go ?
17/10/2005 16:45

Breathe in now...

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#24 How about this?
17/10/2005 16:59

The Machinist

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#25 Or this?
17/10/2005 17:05

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#26 IfIwritealongtitlewhatwillitdo?
17/10/2005 17:25

The Machinist

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#27 Oh, it made the whole screen wider. Sorry.
17/10/2005 17:27

The Machinist

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#28 Re: salary once and for all...
17/10/2005 17:49

Underpaid IBM consultant

IBM BCS (ex-PwC), £60k + up to 12% bonus (but in reality I was graded as top 5% of performers and got less than 3%) + car package (£3k) + pension (£3.5k), so overall <£70k - and all this with 8 YEARS EXPERIENCE - no wonder I am looking elsewhere !

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#29 Re: salary once and for all...
18/10/2005 17:02

Julian

I didn't think there were any ex-PwC people left there for just that reason. I left last Summer, after 7 years, and haven't looked back ! It really is like a weight off your shoulders once you go. Are you in FM ? Try Goodman Masson, if so. I found them excellent.

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#30 Re: salary once and for all...
21/10/2005 16:47

dany

apparently because all of you are looking at the number in your career, you are all louzy at making the number grow. Look at your career first and then the number will come naturally...

I am not going to tell you how much but I am happy in my consulting career and make more than you...

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#31 Re: salary once and for all...
09/11/2005 14:49

exp cg

CG, 7 years experience SCM consulting, 80k + 12k bonus

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#32 Re: salary once and for all...
22/11/2005 16:11

CuddlyBear

LEK Consulting. Joined this September, after 7 years in the business information industry, on 52.5k plus 20% profit share and 4k fixed bonus. Have a PhD but no MBA.

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#33 RE: salary once and for all...
31/10/2006 16:12

lost in translation to CuddlyBear (#32)

found this thread and thought i would continue it.

Manager, 6 years experience, EY BAS, 75k plus 4.5 car allowance, no bonus.

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#34 RE: salary once and for all...
31/10/2006 18:53

Bo to lost in translation (#33)

Newbie at a Boutique Strat firm after a couple of years non-relevant work. Starting on 40K.

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#35 RE: salary once and for all...
31/10/2006 19:07

Boxershorts to Bo (#34)

Director at a boutique (small!) risk house: 60K basic + package + bonus

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#36 RE: salary once and for all...
31/10/2006 20:10

newbie to jarrod. (#1)

60k, 22% bonus, and additional 13k a year in per diems w/ SAP Partnering firm in the US. just started working as a consultant about 5 months ago with 4 years industry experience. so, starting low but lots of room to learn and grow. expecting an additional 10% bonus as a raise in next couple of months.

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#37 RE: salary once and for all...
31/10/2006 23:08

gary ablett to newbie (#36)

6 years exp, change management, 85K total package (although a lot is in bonus).

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#38 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 08:42

Anon to gary ablett (#37)

Please don't forget to put company name.

Cheers.

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#39 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 10:49

Barney Rubble to Anon (#38)

Just joining KPMG on consultancy side (RAS) on £55k + 20% bonus + 5k car allowance with a poor academic record but 5 years in industry

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#40 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 11:23

P to Barney Rubble (#39)

Barney,

talk to me.......you have given me hope. I have a poor academic record and hope to find a way into consulting. How did you get in? What is your background. Dare I ask - how poor is your record?

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#41 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 11:40

Anon to P (#40)

Start this on a new thread please.

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#42 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 11:47

p to Anon (#41)

sir yes sir

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#43 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 14:52

city to p (#42)

Accenture Senior Manager, 9yrs experience, £110k + £6.5k car + 10% (max) bonus (was 7% this year) + usual pension/healthcare stuff

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#44 RE: salary once and for all...
01/11/2006 15:56

Another Anon to city (#43)

8 years experience with CG - £80K + £5K Bonus. About to jump ship and join a bank, doing similar Strat/IT PM work - £110K + £10K signing on bonus + £7.5K benefits + circa 50% bonus.

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#45 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 09:39

Freelancing is the best to Another Anon (#44)

Freelancer (IT)

£110K pa (75% take home) :-)

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#46 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 10:56

Contractor too to Freelancing is the best (#45)

Crap academics, but I'm not bitter because:

£127,500 (taken mostly in dividends...)

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#47 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 10:59

acc.applicant to Freelancing is the best (#45)

Accenture Analyst shortly

28,500 +10,000 bonus

everyone knows that though haha

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#48 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 11:55

Freelancing is the best to Another Anon (#44)

Freelancer (IT)

£110K pa (75% take home) :-)

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#49 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 12:00

Freelancing is the best to Freelancing is the best (#48)

And this comes with 2 months of holidays each year..

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#50 RE: salary once and for all...
02/11/2006 18:50

londonkiddo to Freelancing is the best (#49)

I'm sure I speak for all us permies when I wish you the best of health, Freelancing. I sincerely hope you don't get a two week long bout of the flu.

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#51 RE: salary once and for all...
08/11/2006 17:34

Zeb to londonkiddo (#50)

40 Yrs Old, Change Management, PM... BT 4 Yrs Exp. No deg £33 + 10%...Looking to move..any jobs going?

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#52 RE: salary once and for all...
14/11/2006 13:54

asm to jarrod. (#1)

Accenture Senior Manager, £90k + £6.5k car + 10% (max) bonus (was 7% this year) + usual pension/healthcare stuff

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#53 RE: salary once and for all...
14/11/2006 14:20

Bluesky77 to asm (#52)

KPMG, manager in advisory practice, 5 years experience 49k basic plus, 4.5k car, plus £12k bonus last year.... basic salaries are very variable here within grade (between £40k and £65k)

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