What is the salary at Accenture

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Accenture Strategy Salary

Does any of you have experience of what you earn there as a graduate with a master's degree? Is it more than 50k?

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I would also be interested in that one day.

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Apply. If you make a positive impression and get a job offer, you will be told what the starting salary is. Otherwise it doesn't make sense to know. Or?

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No, you don't get the 50k with Accenture. I don't know the current salary, but recently it was 42k + bonus (but don't remember what the rule was, because of overtime, writing down, etc ...).

But you stay with it even then

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Boys do something first before you expect starting salaries of over 50K. Man man man, the graduates these days are really getting more and more arrogant and megalomaniac.

Never really worked, brought no profit to the company, but just aim for 50K to get started ... In the first year you will cost more than you can really bring in. I need at least 3 times as long to familiarize you with, I don't know the processes and contacts, let alone the standards. But want to start earning more than 85% of all employees with no experience and green behind the ears ...

Well this will be a fun future ...

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But, because if what salary should be unexpectedly underground, can you save yourself the application?

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Does Accenture differentiate between the "core business" IT consulting and consulting? Also with the salary ranges? This is apparently the case with CapGemini?

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42k is a joke, PwC wanted me to start with in advisory! With my secondary school diploma, I would have more money if I had worked as a taxi driver without studying. Don't take such junk, they can't do everything with you. I signed a 50k contract with DAX 30. go into industry that pay more than UB.

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I thought the strategy area earned more than the IT / outsourcing area.

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As far as I know, Accenture does not differentiate between strategy and IT contracts when it comes to payment.

And to the taxi driver of your choice: that's right, with the Big 4 you earn more in some areas than with Accenture. But in the beginning it's not just about earnings. And if you think you earn more by driving a taxi, have fun!

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Strategy does not get paid overtime and gets 52 or 53 thousand in entry (master's or diploma) through the bank. (My last numbers are from 8 months ago, so I don't know if anything has changed).

Source: Zero Hand. Everyone else is bullshiter here again.

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@Nullte Hand: How do the annual salary increases look like? In the double-digit percentage range?

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No, three digits

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@ ratata

Super comment! And the 10 kEUR expenses, overtime pay, fare, use of iPhones, 100 invitations to events, bonuses are forgotten.
Great comment!

Everyone in the Big 4 who has a few hotel mandates will surely get their 50,000 euros a year. And learns about 400 times as much as in industry.

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Accenture maximum 45K. Acc is known for not paying much compared to other larger UBs.

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Super comment! And the 10 kEUR expenses,
Overtime pay, fare, use of iPhones, 100
Invitations to events, bonuses are forgotten.
Great comment!

Everyone in the Big 4 who has a few hotel mandates comes
certainly to his 50 thousand a year. And learn about it
400 times as much as in industry.

You also forget that overtime is paid for with the DAX30. And the expenses, travel allowances, etc. are possibly chic, but nothing more than compensation for pain and suffering that you are in the hotel 4 nights a week.

The learning effect is certainly quite good - but it doesn't have to be better than in industry. It can even be worse. It totally depends on the projects you are staged on. Just as there are many interesting options in industry.

After a few years of industry and consulting, I am of the opinion that I can assess this quite well. Neither one nor the other is better. It depends on what you want and what you ultimately do there.

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So with a Masters at Accentue Strategy between 45 and 53 can you sum that up?

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Whether you have to talk about compensation for pain and suffering when you sleep in a hotel ... well. Although my apartment is not too bad, the hotels I am in offer a lot more ... plus a luxurious breakfast, wellness and spa, you don't have to worry about anything (tidy up, clean up).
But well, everyone has to decide for themselves whether the compensation is or not. I actually find hotel life very practical. :-)

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Yup, that's exactly how it is. And some of us get just under 50k, a few more. That's the way it is with goals. If you set yourself small goals, you will find in the end that you have achieved exactly these goals. ;)

Lounge guest wrote:

Boys do something first before you join
Starting salaries of over 50K are expected. Man, one, that
Graduates these days are getting more and more arrogant and genuinely
megalomaniac.

Never really worked, the company is not profitable
brought but just aiming for 50K to get started ... does
but first something. The first year costs her more than her
can really bring in. I need at least 3 times
familiarize yourself with the processes and contact persons
not, let alone by the standards. But I want to
at the beginning with no experience and green behind the ears more
as 85% of all employees earn ...

Well this will be a fun future ...

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Again the zeroth:
Not between 45 ...- 53, but 52 or 53 k
People here are confusing normal Accenture positions with strategy contracts. There are a lot of idiots here.
Salary increases of around 10% per annum, if you go up a level (e.g. Senior Consultant -> Manager) it's sometimes more.
Doubling up after 6 years is quite realistic.

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Lounge guest wrote:

Again the zeroth:
Not between 45 ...- 53, but 52 or 53 k
People here confuse normal people all the time
Accenture positions with the strategy contracts. Gives here
many foolish talkers.
Salary increases about 10% per annum if you have a
Level up (e.g. Senior Consultant -> Manager) is it
sometimes more.
Doubling up after 6 years is quite realistic.

I see it as true with the strategy people. Unfortunately, you don't get up every year and therefore don't get 10% more every year. Nobody I know - including myself - has managed to double his salary in 5-6 years.

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Then the question is why did you stay with the store for 6 years. Sorry, but if they didn't pay you the appropriate amount of money, then you would have had to change. Otherwise: Bad luck!

Lounge guest wrote:

Lounge guest wrote:

Again the zeroth:
Not between 45 ...- 53, but 52 or 53 k
People here confuse normal people all the time
Accenture positions with the strategy contracts. Gives here
many foolish talkers.
Salary increases about 10% per annum if you have a
Level up (e.g. Senior Consultant -> Manager)
is it
sometimes more.
Doubling up after 6 years is quite realistic.

I see it as true with the strategy people. You just climb
unfortunately not every year and therefore does not get anything
10% more every year. Nobody I know - me
included - made it to his salary in 5-6 years
to double.

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Re: Accenture Strategy Salary - Overtime Compensation, Bonus

Hey
wanted to apply there too.
Does anyone now have more precise numbers or do the 53k still fit? What about overtime compensation and bonuses?

If there is no speculation or heard from 5th hand;)
Thanks in advance!

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Re: Accenture Strategy Salary

Hey

  • Analyst with master's degree fresh from university and strategist contract: 56k + approx. 3k-5k bonus (no overtime compensation)

The information applies to Accenture STRATEGEN contracts. As already mentioned above, there are also the 40h contracts, where you can write down overtime. The fixed salary is of course lower (44k + overtime + approx. 2k-4k bonus as an analyst).

The best thing about the place, however, is the people. I can really recommend it. It's fun and you learn a lot.

Source: employment contract

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Re: Accenture Strategy interview day, interviews

@ Lounge guest from January 9th, 2015

Hi,

does not concern the salary but can you please tell me how a strategy interview day works? I was told that the process would consist of 3 individual interviews but I could not find out any details.

Thanks in advance!

Lounge guest wrote:

Hey

  • Analyst with a master’s degree fresh from university and
    Strategist contract: 56k + approx. 3k-5k bonus (no
    Overtime compensation)

The information applies to Accenture STRATEGEN contracts. As above
already mentioned, there are also the 40h contracts, where
you can write down overtime. There is the fixed salary
but of course lower (44k + overtime + approx. 2k-4k
Bonus as an analyst).

The best thing about the place, however, is the people. Can I
really recommend. It's fun and you learn a lot.

Source: employment contract

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Re: Accenture Strategy interview day, interviews

That would interest me too.

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Re: Accenture Strategy interview day, interviews

It's been about 5 months for me, but it shouldn't have changed that much :)

Were 3 completely normal interviews, 1 hour each: about 15 minutes CV, 30-35 minutes case and 10 minutes questions.
Case can cover everything, a lot of arithmetic and not necessarily just the area you have applied for, but everything is very feasible with appropriate preparation.

So actually nothing unusual and as usual everywhere else, but without stress questions. Very pleasant atmosphere all day long!

Lounge guest wrote:

@ Lounge guest from January 9th, 2015

Hi,

does not concern the salary but can you please tell me how
a strategy interview day is running? I was told that
but the process consists of 3 individual interviews
I couldn't find out any details.

Thanks in advance!

Lounge guest wrote:

Hey

  • Analyst with a master’s degree fresh from university and
    Strategist contract: 56k + approx. 3k-5k bonus (no
    Overtime compensation)

The information applies to Accenture STRATEGEN contracts. As above
already mentioned, there is also the 40h alternative
Contracts where
you can write down overtime. There is the fixed salary
but naturally lower (44k + overtime + approx.
2k-4k
Bonus as an analyst).

The best thing about the place, however, is the people. Can I
really recommend. It's fun and you learn a lot.

Source: employment contract

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@Pre-poster:

could you maybe post your profile? And did you do an internship at Accenture before or did you just apply for a job?

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Master's with grades in the front area, 2 semesters abroad, 2 internships at dax30 with consulting reference. Accenture strategy almost exclusively advises leading companies, i.e. dax30. That is why special value is placed on high-quality internships to show that you can play in the league.

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58 with master. 2 years later 75th annually 3-10% increase according to performance

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58 with master. 2 years later 75th annually 3-10% increase according to performance

mhh something doesn’t fit

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58 k with a master’s degree when starting as an analyst, after two to three years consultant with 75 k. The numbers are correct. In addition, there are further bonus payments in the case of above-average performance.

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No, that's not true.
Source: ACN Strat. MA

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Yes, I can confirm the numbers like that.

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"No, that's not true.
Source: ACN Strat. MA "

Then tell me what it actually looks like.

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Re: Accenture Strategy Analyst Salary

55k plus 4-6k bonus as an analyst.

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Re: Accenture Strategy Analyst Salary

What exactly does analyst mean in this context? Does this mean the junior strategy advisor (after the master’s degree)? There is nothing in the job advertisements about analyst etc.

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Re: Accenture Strategy Analyst, Consultant Salary

After completing your master's degree, you will work as an analyst for 2 years, after which you will be promoted to consultant. With Dr. or, depending on your professional experience, you can start directly as a consultant.

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Re: Accenture Strategy Salary, Requirements

What kind of requirements does Accenture Strategy have? (Grades, internships, etc.)
Cheers

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Hi, I would be interested too. A few more information is available, for example, at:
https://www.glassdoor.de/Gehalt/Accenture-Gehält-E4138.htm

By the way, I also know a colleague who likes to use "Cheers" ;-)

Currently out and about in the software implementation @ poster from August 21st)?

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I also like to say cheers, but I'm away from ACN. I'm not the pre-poster.

Requirements: Uni-Master (Mannheim, Münster, Cologne, Munich ...) or from abroad. Internships in consulting or from Dax / large corporation are an advantage. But I also had colleagues with Dr. or MBA. People with a university of applied sciences degree were also there, which is not a no-go. Ultimately, it also depends on what you can do professionally and whether you can convince on the selection day. You also have to fit into the team, Accenture manages to hire a certain type of person quite well.

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Re: Salary at Accenture Operations / Outsourcing career entry, overtime

What salary can you expect when you join accenture operations / outsourcing? Is that in the same context as with consulting / technology? Overtime?

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Re: Salary at Accenture Operations / Outsourcing career entry, overtime

Does it make so much sense to post the identical question in the identical forum in half a dozen threads ?!
In outsourcing / operations in particular, you should think efficiently and not clutter the platform unnecessarily ...

Lounge guest wrote:

With what salary can you start at accenture
operations / outsourcing? Is that in the same context
like with consulting / technology? Overtime?

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Re: Accenture Strategy salary as a consultant

Confirmation of the 75k as a start for consultants in strategy

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What salary can a new manager at Accenture Strategy set? Are 100k possible?

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Re: Accenture Strategy Salary, Senior Consultant

What salary can a Senior Consultant ask for? 85 to 90k including bonus?

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Projects at Accenture Strategy

How do the MBB projects differ? But rather IT heavy / IT strategy?

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Yes, even if other claims are sometimes made in personnel marketing. Accenture always means IT-heavy projects.

Lounge guest wrote:

How do the MBB projects differ? But rather IT
heavy / IT strategy?

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Re: Accenture Strategy Salary, Senior Consultant

As far as I know there is no Senior Consultant, only Consultant. Certainly there are differences in the level, but not in the title. Salary expectations don't seem too high to me, depending on my experience.

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Re: Projects at Accenture Strategy, Salary

In strategy, the fixed salary is much higher than in management consulting, but in management consulting overtime is paid out according to Marketing - the reality is unfortunately a bit different.

Projects are mostly the same for strategy and management consulting.

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I heard that the project is not going so well there at the moment

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Sure, even within Accenture Strategy, the best unit is the Technology Strategy, and the Functional Strategy units are almost always on projects with It-related issues.

However, if McKinsey and Bcg are still doing projects that are not related to IT, then I would like to know what exactly that should be. ;)

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Re: Salary at Accenture Strategy, Analyst (Master, Fix + Variable)

Hello everybody!

I was invited to the interview day at AS and wanted to ask whether there are current salary figures (fixed + variable) for analyst positions with a master’s degree?

Many Thanks,
Pete

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The question from the pre-poster would also interest me!

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For example, all projects in which the customer manufactures a product that is not related to IT. There are quite a few: chemicals, raw materials, etc.

If, however, McKinsey and Bcg still have projects that are not related to IT
do, then I would like to know what exactly that is
should. ;)

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Re: Starting salary at Accenture Strategy

Does anyone have up-to-date information on starting salary?

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55k fix + up to 20% bonus in the first year, (10% but more realistic)

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Do these strategist contracts also exist in other service lines such as consulting, digital or technology?

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And you think that just because the higher-level industry of the case has no IT-relatedness, the project is without IT-related? With this statement you have disqualified yourself with regard to your knowledge of the consulting market; meanwhile 40-50% of the projects have felt some kind of IT impact.

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is there confirmation from the 55k?

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Can confirm 55k from buddy. No idea about the bonus.

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Can also confirm the 55k as an analyst entry into strategy and also a 20% salary increase this year when jumping from analyst to consultant

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Base. Whereby bonuses were not high this year, 5-15%.

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The question will sound strange: I have now received an invitation to the AC next year, but after I mentioned 55k as a wish I was given 45k as the base salary in the invitation. The application was actually also to Strategy.

Just think Accenture moves profiles around more often internally, what kind of position could that fit in terms of salary? Of course I also asked, but to get insights here would still be interesting because it confuses me a lot.

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Hi, it is very likely that the position is in the area of ​​management consulting. Did you get any further information about the area?

When and where do you have your AC?

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Yes, Accenture is known for passing applications for the strategy area on to normal management consulting. Unfortunately, it has already happened to me and it is extremely annoying, because you just unnecessarily waste your time as an applicant with an application for an unintended area.

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No offense, but since everyone today thinks they are a strategy consultant, what is being done there is absolutely justified. I have seen "strategy consultants" who had nothing on projects, could deliver zero added value for the real problems and then ended up in project management (PMO).

Accenture does comparatively little real strategy consulting anyway - you have come to the wrong shop.

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Yeah, it's me again. Since then I have been able to ask and it was real consulting. Another big consultation had not told me directly about the change in profile. Finds very strange, but well.

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Hello everybody!

Was someone here recently at the Accenture Management Consulting selection day and could you tell me something about the group and individual cases?

Thanks!

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Eh, no. It is definitely not justified to move someone to a completely different position without any internal communication - regardless of whether it is advice or whatever. Especially when consulting, in contrast to strategy at Accenture, is very specialized in certain areas.

Lounge guest wrote:

No offense, but today everyone is for one
Strategy advisor thinks it's absolutely legitimate what's there
is made. I've seen "strategy consultants"
who had nothing on projects, zero added value for them
could deliver real problems and then in project management
(PMO) have ended.