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Jul 19, 2019

Bump Bump

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Jul 20, 2019

Seriously doubt it. Pay is largely based on bill rates and S& has higher bill rates than PWC advisory. At junior levels, the difference is negligible as the actual work being done may not be that different but the gap starts to widen dramatically at manager+ as this is when differentiated thinking (vs. implementation) start to really matter.

Jul 20, 2019

This is hard to believe. PWC advisory is simply not as profitable. Bumping entry pay in advisory would result in bumps up the ladder. It just wouldn't make sense and would be a mistake by PWC IMO as advisory is not competing for talent with strategy firms.

Jul 23, 2019

Not even close. PWC pays ~50k and S& around 85k in Europe. Can't imagine they could do otherwise in the states. PWC isn't as profitable and S& folks would feel underpaid if PWC with less selective recruitment would pay the same.

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Jul 26, 2019

https://managementconsulted.com/consulting-salarie...
I saw the same thing at the above link and was wondering more about PWC's starting salary. According to this it seems competitive with all the other firms, and they lump Strategy& together with them. Anybody know if there's truth in this?

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Jul 26, 2019

S& pays more than PwC.

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Jul 26, 2019

Yup. This is where I saw it. Plus ik my friend starting in PwC Advisory who had a base of 75k just got bumped, so I think the starting salary of 85k could be common across the board.

Anyone in Advisory in a major city that can confirm this?

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Jul 23, 2019

S& pays ~MBB at entry level

Jul 28, 2019
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