Just How Big a Share of EY’s Revenue Do Partners Get Anyway?

EY recently reported global combined revenue of $27.7 billion, or approximately eleventy bazillion in OMGdollars.

Just how much of that do partners see? Unfortunately, we don't have US numbers, so UK numbers will have to do:

Partners in the UK firm will receive an average £727,000 share in profits, an increase of 12% on last year.

EY reported healthy growth across all its service lines as distributable profits increased 12% from £368m to £412m for the year ending 27 June 2014.

Globally, the firm reported revenues of £17bn, up 6.8% on the previous year.

That's $1,171,66 for those of you playing along at home. Worth it?

Related reading: What Can You Expect to Make at a Big 4 Firm Over a 15 Year Period? [GC]

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