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Salary

 
#1 Salary
16/12/2008 16:54

tba

I was wondering about what sort of packages consulting firms offer recent graduates? (Holidays, bonus, insurance, etc.)

What is the average salary for an analyst position? Is there any bargaining power?

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#2 RE: Salary
16/12/2008 17:05

Rich to tba (#1)

In this market? Zero bargaining power for a graduate unless your niche. Mainstream firms will not budge on starting salaries...

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#3 RE: Salary
16/12/2008 17:58

Anon to tba (#1)

Deloitte's consulting graduate starting Salary is £31500 + £600 benefits. You can take the benefits as cash or spend them on e.g. BUPA, travel insurance, up to 5 days extra holiday, dental insurance. The £600 doesn't buy you much though.

You get 25 days holiday and 1 partner day per year. Don't think the pension is that great unless you are over 30.

The analyst program is 21 months. You expect a 5% approx payrise after year 1 if you perform well and promotion to consultant after 21months. The starting salary for consultant is 39K (London only).

The graduate salary and benefits is 100% non negotiable. I also believe they have cut back on numbers they are recruiting this year and are not allowing defered entry.

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#4 RE: Salary
17/12/2008 09:45

anon to Anon (#3)

Acn is 31 + 6 and also non negotiable. they are also not recruiting much if it all in 2009

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