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Where are the £80K jobs for ...

 
#1 Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 00:43

Weigh up your options

Consultants and Managers when they leave the consulting industry?

Everyone seems to be offering £65K with a 10 - 20 % bonus.

Is that all a Manager is worth after 7 - 9 years working at Accenture/CapGemini/Deloitte?

Come to think of it. What is a person who is at Manager grade worth to industry? I am thinking banks, Oil, Telcos.

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#2 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 00:46

Weigh up your options to Weigh up your options (#1)

That should read 10 - 12% bonus.

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#3 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 06:03

surprised to Weigh up your options (#2)

times must be tough. that is not a lot of money for the time and effort invested. I guess if you want to move into industry, you have to hope that the skills, professionalism and work ethic developed in consulting will propel you up the ladder

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#4 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 08:29

not surprised to surprised (#3)

Someone with solid experience in the industry is worth a lot more than someone from a completely different industry such as consulting.

Also in general salaries in consulting are lower than comparable roles in other industries.

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#5 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 08:49

anon to not surprised (#4)

Nice. 7 - 9 years of busting your a$$, working to midnight every night, putting up with stress both internally and from clients, taking on huge grad school debt, unsocial hours and massive travelling, and for what? A lousy £65K exit option. Hardly what I'd call a "fast track" career.

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#6 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 10:17

anon to anon (#5)

80k, so specific!

Where's the 100k+ jobs more like?

I'm in the wrong game for sure.

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#7 RE: Where are the £80K jobs for ...
21/02/2008 22:23

Weigh up your options to anon (#6)

So where are these 80K + jobs? Do they exist? Or is contracting the only hope?

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