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PWC PIC Grades and Salaries

 
#1 PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
05/12/2008 22:23

anon

Hi,

Im struggling to understand the grading structure at PWC PIC. Can anyone shed any light on the executive, associate, consultant etc structure and estimated salaries at each level?

THANKS

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#2 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
06/12/2008 10:29

use the search to anon (#1)

try searching and check out glassdoor.com

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#3 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
06/12/2008 12:41

Picnmix to anon (#1)

Associate £28-35k

Senior Associate/Executive £35-45k

Consultant/Manager £45-55k

Senior Consultant/Senior Manager £55-80k

Director £80k+

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#4 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
08/12/2008 08:33

anon to Picnmix (#3)

Is that all? I thought PWC paid more than that.

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#5 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
11/12/2008 20:44

pwc to Picnmix (#3)

Hi, with regards to the salary they seem very low, especially considering the PWC consultant grade is equivalent to Manager grade in other firms. Additionally, I hear there is a 25% weighting reduction if Im based outside London which I will be. Can anyone clarify these salary figures for those of us outside London ?

THANKS

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#6 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
11/12/2008 23:24

ZeeBee to pwc (#5)

They seem about right for regions. But it really depends on what you can wrangle when you negotiate your salary. I know a D grade in KPMG FS IT Advisory on 40+ and some other D's barely hitting 30.

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#7 RE: PWC PIC Grades and Salaries
16/12/2008 23:11

Anon to anon (#4)

Salaries at PwC are good.

You have to add on top of that another 2K+ 5% of ur gross that the company is giving you to spend on benefits (pension, car, etc) or you opt out and get the extra cash.

I think it is less than 5% for roles below consultants

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