September 18, 2019

Here’s Your Open Thread for Public Accounting Full-Time Offers: Fall 2014

Did you recently get an offer? Have you been dying to have an avenue to share how much you'll be making and who you'll be working for? BOY are you in luck!

This is your place to find out how your offer stacks up. If you're feeling cheated — or, worse, if you didn't get an offer at all — you are welcome to head over to Open Items and commence to complaining about whatever your gripe is there. Before you do that, you might want to take a glance at the earlier summer intern offer thread to manage your expectations.

Let's remember the format for those of you who might be new around here:

  • Firm
  • Location (or region)
  • Service line
  • Salary
  • Bonus if any

Congrats to everyone who's received offers. We're (cautiously) excited for you to start your professional lives but even more excited for you to become regular visitors to this fine site. We hope your name doesn't appear in these pages any time soon.

And, before you ask, if you haven't heard back and it's been a month, that means you didn't get an offer. Sorry.

 

 

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