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London salary for new consultant

 
#1 London salary for new consultant
22/05/2008 23:10

ethan

Hi,

What is the expected salary range for a new consultant with > 10 years of specific industry experience in a technical area?

I am a graduate with a technical degree and since leaving university have worked in many industries within my technical expertise. I have recently been offered a job with a niche consultancy in london and would like to know what salary range I can expect.

Many thanks.

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#2 RE: London salary for new consultant
23/05/2008 10:08

ZB to ethan (#1)

Ethan,

It really boils down to personal performance orientation and development.

ZB

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#3 RE: London salary for new consultant
23/05/2008 10:17

anon to ZB (#2)

What level are you coming in on?

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#4 RE: London salary for new consultant
23/05/2008 17:04

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to ethan (#1)

Ethan - try downloading a copy of the Top-Consultant salary benchmarking report, this should give you a good steer. Managers (broadly defined as having 5-9 years' relevant experience) have average earnings of £79,700 (that's full package so including bonus and bens). Variations on this figure are providing depending on the type of consulting you'd be moving into.

Although 10 years' experience might put you into the Principal category if you had gained that experience in consulting, it's highly unlikely you'd be hired at this grade as essentially some track record of selling consulting work is required to make this grade - so not a level that hires from outside consulting would usually be brought in at.

Hope this helps - download URL for the PDF is:

<a href=http://www.top-consultant.com/2007_salary_report.pdf target=_blank>http://www.top-consultant.com/2007_salary_report.pdf</a>

Tony Restell

Top-Consultant.com

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