Considering a PwC offer - starting salary?
I know this might be a stupid question but I am a bit impatient and excited at the same time. So if you guys can help me out that would be great.
I recently got an offer from Pwc for a graduate role in assurance but I havent received the contract documents yet. I was wondering if anyone of you knows what the graduate salary is for graduates starting in 2009. I think it is around 27000 but I have heard that they have reduced it due to the economic crisis. Is this true? Anyone any ideas on this?
Hello,pls wht is d salary for entry level @ PwC Nigeria?I mean graduate trainee.Needs quick reply.Regards.
The midlands region pays 24.7k. Not sure abt Manchester
Really? So Manchester, Birmingham etc start on £25k? That's news to me!
its 25k for rest of England.
Just to add, PwC Aberdeen starting salary is £23k. The rest of the UK (exc London) is £20k. You also get a flexible benefit of a good few hundred pounds per annum on top of your salary and private medical cover is provided.
been going through ur discussions and i must say most of what u guys been discussing abt has been really helpful to me, but i was hoping u guys would by any chance discuss abt processes involved if lets say i want to transfer from PwC Botswana to maybe UK. I just wanna know whether its possible to do so, would like to do my ACCA in UK though i know recognition after qualifying (since exams are marked in the UK) is the same. Been in PwC Botswana for about 9 months and a few weeks now, haven't yet registered for sponsorship here yet
PwC starting salary for an Associate at the London office 27,250 + benefits under 1000 gbp. Its a pity for London standards and the salary hasn't increased for the last 3-4 years.
PwC Assurance salary for associates based in London is £27,250 + benefits under £1000. There has been no increase in the graduate salary for the last 3-4 years. It is a big pity for the amount of work they make you do, and is really low for London standards.
@wisescummer Stop making blanket assumptions. Get off your high horse and stop whining. There's nothing wrong with being motivated by money. Or by your logic, why not turn down any contract you get and tell them you'll work for free.
It's been hinted at before, but you know in an interview, at the ned the interviewer normally asks 'do you have any questions?' Why not use that opportunity to ask how much pay is and see how that goes? If your purely motivated by money, go for banking, law or consulting. If instead you want a career in accountancy with good prospects, then go for the Big 4. Eventually it will pay off. Plus 20k per anum is a lot more than you get on JSA.
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