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Today 08:21 AM
Unregistered Does anyone know the salary for CDTS analyst, fresh grad role?

Additionally, what is the working culture like at acn in such a role?
Yesterday 09:44 PM
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if i got sim uol first class, applying for project manager roles with 3 years of working experience. How much should I be asking for?
When you have years of work experience it doesn’t matter what grades you got in school… there’s no project manager roles in acn, we only have manager. FYI, it takes around 4.5-5 years to get from analyst to manager. So with your three years of experience, you should only be applying for consultant roles.
Yesterday 09:42 PM
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senior developer in Java with 4 years of experence can ask for how much?
Depend on what role you get
Yesterday 09:41 PM
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Why are people from consulting charged more to clients than those from tech side? Team lead was saying consulting analysts in the project are more expensive than technology analysts. Seem to be true as everyone is saying clients pay more for consulting analyst than technology analyst. Like I understand consulting role offer is harder to get than tech but is this why they are charged more?
Yep this is correct, everyone in the firm knows this. Basically whichever project it is, if there’s strategy people (analyst to manager), consulting people (analyst to manager) and technology side people (analyst to manager), clients pay most for strategy people, followed by consulting people and last technology people. That’s why projects have the most people from technology function, you always see only a handful of consulting and strategy people, literally less than 10, at times even as little as 2-3. So the workload is arguably more for them too
It’s not a good or bad thing but this is just how it is, afterall getting strategy or consulting role offer (your talent segment in your contract from Accenture) is more challenging than getting a technology role offer. But ultimately depending on your experience, interest and suitability also.
Yesterday 08:31 PM
Unregistered Why are people from consulting charged more to clients than those from tech side? Team lead was saying consulting analysts in the project are more expensive than technology analysts. Seem to be true as everyone is saying clients pay more for consulting analyst than technology analyst. Like I understand consulting role offer is harder to get than tech but is this why they are charged more?
26-09-2022 07:31 PM
Unregistered What's the hiring process for strategy analysts like?
24-09-2022 11:32 AM
Unregistered pay progression for accenture consulting fresh grad? from year 0 to year 5? thank you.
24-09-2022 08:54 AM
Unregistered senior developer in Java with 4 years of experence can ask for how much?
23-09-2022 10:44 PM
Unregistered if i got sim uol first class, applying for project manager roles with 3 years of working experience. How much should I be asking for?
22-09-2022 11:21 PM
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Saw they hiring for strategy for next year, seems like it’s once every two years. For those who joined this year, can we apply internally and do a transfer to strategy if we’re currently under consulting? Anyone who did it in the past or know of people who did it, please share on the process
Why do you want to do strategy instead of tech?
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