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Salary

 
#1 Salary
17/11/2005 08:02

question

What is an average base salary for a strategy consultant within full house consultancy... a rough estimate/ball park figure would be great. Thanks

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#2 Re: Salary
17/11/2005 09:09

Moneybags

How do you want you answer?

An annual figure of £ per hour?

One will look great, the other horrendous.

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#3 Ballpark figures...
17/11/2005 13:50

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

With a top strategy consultancy I would say £30k for an analyst, £45k for a consultant and £65k for a senior consultant. Above that you're into the MBA entry-level territory, where starting salaries would be about £75-80k. If joining the strategy practice of a large full-service consultancy I'd say you can knock 10-15% off these salary points. Hope that helps, Tony

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#4 Re: Ballpark figures...
17/11/2005 15:12

John P

Tony,

Am I right in believing that the percentage-of-salary bonus in Top Strats houses are on average more than in large full service consultancies.

Do you by any chance have an indication what this percentages are?

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#5 Re: Ballpark figures...
17/11/2005 15:33

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

In good years 15-20% of base salary for the junior ranks and then 20-30% for the manager levels would be about right for the strategy firms; we'll be running a bonus survey in 2 months' time, so will be able to give you absolute figures - and comparisons between different types of firms - once those results are in. Hope that helps, Tony

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#6 Re: Ballpark figures...
17/11/2005 16:06

John P

Thanks, Tony.

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#7 Re: Salary
25/11/2005 14:12

Geraint Evans

The recently published Woodhurst Salary and Benefits survey into the Consulting and Business Advisory markets will hopefully help you. If you require further information please contact Geraint Evans, Managing Director, Woodhurst (Recruitment Consultancy) on 01753 483443.

Please paste the following link into your browser to view the survey:

http://www.woodhurst.com/clients/surveys.asp

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