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Big 4 London vs Regional Salary/Progression

 
#1 Big 4 London vs Regional Salary/Progression
15/12/2016 19:42

big4consult

Hi,

I have a graduate offer with EY in London and a graduate offer with PwC in the regions. Both offers are within the advisory line of service. Which offer would you take and why, (taking into account long term disposable income and career progression)? What % difference is the London salary as opposed to the regional salary for these 2 firms?

Thank you for your help

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#2 RE: Big 4 London vs Regional Salary/Progression
15/12/2016 21:46

Anonosaurous to big4consult (#1)

Forget the salary and your NPV models and go live in London for a bit

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#3 RE: Big 4 London vs Regional Salary/Progression
17/12/2016 11:21

Richthekeeper to Anonosaurous (#2)

PwC regional salary is only 10% less than London.

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#4 RE: Big 4 London vs Regional Salary/Progression
03/01/2017 14:54

marsday to big4consult (#1)

How depressing that today's graduates think like this. Whatever happened to rock n roll?

OP you are looking at this all wrong.

Go to London. If I have to spell it out, you'll get much better networking opportunities, you'll experience this great city and all it has to offer (culture, diversity, opportunity and all that) and - most importantly of all - you wont spend the next 10 years of your life looking across the table at managers or interviewers who secretly find you suspicious because you never spent time in a London team.

Give it a few years in London then go to the regions if you want to. You'll be more polished, better networks, and really know the value of green spaces and no tube commute to work.

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