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Old 10-08-2018, 10:48 AM
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Which industry are you at? Title?
Marine Offshore, Sr Manager (no title inflation like in banks and civil service).

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That is why more than 20% with a low base is not significant.

Big 4 is no big deal. Many other industries paying much better.

A big 4 called me for a role and could only offer slightly below my current annual base.
Agree to this, Commercial industry definitely pays better than Corporate Accounting industry.

Which role in the Big 4? If it's advisory then it's worth it.

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Agree to this, Commercial industry definitely pays better than Corporate Accounting industry.

Which role in the Big 4? If it's advisory then it's worth it.
It is consulting related.

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SIM UOL grad in 2005 (FCH). After 13 years in the workforce I am drawing about $130k pa. How am I doing?
Considering that you are not in the banking sector where you will probably be earning more, I would say that is not too bad. Maybe 51st percentile of your cohort.
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Hello,

I am a prospective student wanting to apply to SIM UOL international relations course. Could i find out what is the prospects of this course assuming i do decently well)2:1 and above)?

I am particularly interested in joining HPB or HSA.

Thank you.
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Considering that you are not in the banking sector where you will probably be earning more, I would say that is not too bad. Maybe 51st percentile of your cohort.
Are you kidding? With $130k pa you should be at least 80-90th percentile of your cohort!
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Are you kidding? With $130k pa you should be at least 80-90th percentile of your cohort!
Nope, $130k is quite normal in CS after TS's 13 years in workforce. An equivalent in CS should already be getting about $150k.

Yet they complain that they are not paid market rates...


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Nope, $130k is quite normal in CS after TS's 13 years in workforce. An equivalent in CS should already be getting about $150k.

Yet they complain that they are not paid market rates...
It is true that earning 130k is around 85th percentile at his age range. If equivalent CS is earning 150k by then, which means all CS are above 85th percentile. Is that even possible that most CS are in the top 15%?
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It is true that earning 130k is around 85th percentile at his age range. If equivalent CS is earning 150k by then, which means all CS are above 85th percentile. Is that even possible that most CS are in the top 15%?
I'm the original poster. Yes, I think so.. CS are really well paid.


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I am a prospective student wanting to apply to SIM UOL international relations course. Could i find out what is the prospects of this course assuming i do decently well)2:1 and above)?

I am particularly interested in joining HPB or HSA.

Thank you.
What has IR got to do with HPB or HSA??
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