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Age and grades

 
#1 Age and grades
07/01/2011 13:05

COH

Hello

I am wondering what is the average age for a Senior consultant, a manager and a Sr manager?

any thoughts will be appreciated. thanks.

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#2 RE: Age and grades
07/01/2011 13:40

theta to COH (#1)

Ages vary quite a bit across these grades, and you'll also find that grades aren't thesame across all consultancies (e.g. PWC Snr Consultant isnt thesame as a Deloitte Snr Consultant). That said, and assuming Snr Consultant in the Deloitte sense I'd say:

SC: 25-30+

M: 30-35+

SM: 33+

Obviously there'll be variation on either sides of these brackets, but I'll assume these to be around the 'average' mark

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#3 RE: Age and grades
07/01/2011 20:23

e,g. to theta (#2)

EY

Manager: 28 Years

Expect to be Senior Manager in 1.5 years

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#4 RE: Age and grades
07/01/2011 22:47

Sparky to e,g. (#3)

You a bit slow then?

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#5 RE: Age and grades
08/01/2011 09:02

anon to Sparky (#4)

The age doesnt necessarily indicate how long it took to get there. The age of grad entrants can vary dramatically according to the extent of their education (masters, phd), whether they took Gap Years, the country they studied in and whether they had to do social or military national service - in my start group we had people who were 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, a couple in their late 20s and a couple in their early 30's.

Given the financial crises over the past decade, the time to promotion at a lot of firms has increased as well, so i dont know about now but if you had joined a uk firm in the late 90's/early 00's then with ACN as an example, from grad you'd probably be C1 at 12-18 months, M1 at 4.5 - 5 years, (and assuming the stars were aligned) SM at 7.5 - 8 years.

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