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Accenture Level 12 Salary expectations

 
#1 Accenture Level 12 Salary expectations
29/12/2015 21:27

bobfarragut

Hello All,

Landed a decent paying job 3 months out of college with no work experience. Have two analysis heavy majors

I have been working at a prior institution, an affiliate of Accenture, for 11 or so months at a wage of around $22. No PTO, no Paid Holidays. My metrics are on point, I am the highest performer.

I have now been offered an Accenture position (I'm assuming due to my performance), a Level 12 Customer Service Associate. Stated I will be receiving a pay cut. And it will be more work. ALOT more work. They speculate $20 hour with the standard Level 12 benefits of PTO, Paid holidays, etc. That would translate over to 40k a year, am I correct?

Would anyone have a salary range I can go off of? From my fellow coworkers, I am told that I am being low-balled. I am told the standard range for this level is 42-48K (48K being the minimum of analyst Level 11).

Awaiting a response,

Thanks.

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#2 RE: Accenture Level 12 Salary expectations
31/12/2015 12:49

Frio to bobfarragut (#1)

Hi, I believe most of us are UK based and not many will have salary insights into the US.

Having said that, level 12 is an entry level position. Grads joining into the UK firm would join at level 11 on around £31.5k which equates to approx. $48k. $40k would be around £26.5k.

If you're comfortable with this logic and the differences between the US and UK market, I'd say at level 12 you're not being low-balled but there's no harm in constructing a well thought out negotiating plan to squeeze a little more.

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