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salary survey

 
#1 salary survey
27/10/2004 07:15

Ritalinstartingsoon

Open question to Tony and the board:

The TopConsultant salary survey provides some interesting information concerning average values, but gives no indication of range/standard deviation.

Coming from a scientific background, I get frustrated when trying to interpret these numbers because they obviously don't mean much as such.

Am I going to have to learn to live with a more vague approach to numbers and their meaning before I start as a consultant?

cheers All

st

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#2 indicative figures
27/10/2004 10:53

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

Thanks for your observation / query. The salary survey is supposed to be an indicative guide for people entering the market, to provide insights into the salary progression they can expect as they progress through their consulting careers and work their way up the career ladder. Similarly it provides readers with a feel for the types of differences in salary between geographies, to help in making decisions about whether to move one's career overseas.

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Since the data come from consultants at a huge range of firms (Accenture, BCG, Capgemini, McKinsey, etc.) there would be quite considerable variations in the salary data we collect that would be meaningless to readers unless the data were actually broken down by company. Since revealing firm-specific data would not go down at all well with the firms, we have stuck to this approach as a good compromise.

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In terms of getting a more accurate feel for what has been happening in the market in the last year, the following data should be very useful to you: <a href=http://www.top-consultant.com/UK/news/Article_Display.asp?ID=1759>Click here for more detailed pay rise and bonus data</a>

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#3 Re: indicative figures
27/10/2004 17:03

Ritalin

Very interesting, thanks!

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