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Strategy Associate level salary range

 
#1 Strategy Associate level salary range
29/01/2007 21:33

Colin

What is the salary range at Associate level for the Strategy firms ?

As I'm about to apply to some strategy firms and want to set my expectations accordingly.

Thanks

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#2 RE: Strategy Associate level salary range
30/01/2007 08:35

anon to Colin (#1)

Salary: £50 - 65K

Likely hourly rate: Same as working in McDonalds.

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#3 RE: Strategy Associate level salary range
30/01/2007 18:50

Jo to anon (#2)

People don't like talking about money do they!!!!

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#4 RE: Strategy Associate level salary range
31/01/2007 10:22

anon to Jo (#3)

Probably because we're so hard done by in this industry. We work like dogs and our clients think we earn a fortune, but in reality we don't.

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#5 RE: Strategy Associate level salary range
31/01/2007 11:00

bingobango to anon (#4)

Now this is a subject close to me heart.

I came from industry where I was on-call 24/7 and often found myself driving to work in the middle of the night and at the weekend. I'd also be in the office for 07:30 and leave at 18:30 most days.

I'm now in consultancy where I work similar hours, the phone rarely rings after 7pm and I earn around 40% more.

Having done both I feel qualified to comment.

Most consultants earn considerably more than people of their age and experience in industry, you work long hours sure, but you have a variety of work and a satisfaction of output that is rarely achieved in the outside world.

If you don't like it get out. Moaning about workload and pay; especially 'hourly rates' is for teachers and union officials. If you've ever sat next to either of these at dinner you will understand just how boring you are!

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