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Deloitte Tech Q?

 
#1 Deloitte Tech Q?
01/12/2008 20:28

Poi

Just a quick Q - what is the salary range at a regional Deloitte office at for a tech consulting role with 3 years experience?

I'm coming from another Big-4

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#2 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
01/12/2008 21:00

Poi to Poi (#1)

Also - is progression to the higher grades (Director/Partner) easier or harder in the regions?

Cheers

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#3 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
01/12/2008 22:13

Granpa D to Poi (#2)

£38 - 43K

Easier but you still need to be good.

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#4 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
02/12/2008 16:32

ZeeBee to Poi (#1)

Does anyone know what salary range is for PwC? 3 years experience moving from another charlatan 4

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#5 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
03/12/2008 01:05

A to ZeeBee (#4)

All the Big 4 pay the same.

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#6 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
03/12/2008 11:38

ZeeBee to A (#5)

No not really, if Grandpa D is being honest then Deloitte pay significantly more in the regions especially in comparison to the Big-4 company i am currently at. So if anyone could provide the salary range for PwC @ consultant level i would be grateful.

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#7 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
03/12/2008 14:30

anon to ZeeBee (#6)

I'd say the £38-43k range for Deloitte is true of Central London, but not the regions. The difficulty in estimating figures for the regions is that consulting for all the Big 4 is concentrated in the London offices, especially for less experienced roles. It's generally only once you have a proven record that you can make the case to break away to a regional base where you'll be subject to less central supervision and control.

For theoretical purposes, I'd scale teh £38-43k down to £32-40k - that would be consistent with the differences you'd see in the Big 4 accounting practices where comparable data is available between London and the regions.

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#8 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
04/12/2008 17:18

Don to anon (#7)

Is this correct? I thought Deloitte paid their grads that much, never mind someone with 3 years under their belt...

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#9 RE: Deloitte Tech Q?
04/12/2008 17:57

DC to Don (#8)

Deloitte doesn't hire consulting graduates outside London os its a theoretical qu. But DC graduate salaries barely change over the first three yrs, so the adjustment for London weighting makes sense.

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