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Nov 1, 2006

i've heard its no more than 70k all-in

Mar 27, 2007

I am starting at non M/B/B consulting firm (but close) and my 1st year is 88k all in. (salary + signing + year end IRA contribution from firm)

Mar 27, 2007

what kind of IRA contribution/match do you get?

Mar 27, 2007

between 8-12%. If I gave you the specific number, you could tell which firm it was :).

Jul 12, 2007
stanford_07:

between 8-12%. If I gave you the specific number, you could tell which firm it was :).

stanford07, do you know how many offers McKinsey, BCG, or Bain gave to Stanford undergrads your year?

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Mar 27, 2007

most of my friends are in the 70K ish range

May 1, 2007

I doubt we could tell what firm you were working for based on the 401K contribution if its not M/B/B. Since you said "but close", I would guess that its either Booz or Montior.

Historically though, McKinsey has been at 12% on the 401K vs. ~6.5% Bain and BCG.

Jul 12, 2007
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