July 17, 2018

Here’s Your Open Thread for PwC Compensation Discussions (2018)

Open ItemsCategory: CompensationHere’s Your Open Thread for PwC Compensation Discussions (2018)
Jason BramwellJason Bramwell Staff asked 4 weeks ago

Welcome to this year’s open thread for PwC compensation. “Wait, why is it here?” you might be asking. Well, Open Items is the only place on the site right now where you can comment.

At this point, neither Caleb nor I have received anything from PwC tipsters to add to this thread, so your participation is necessary and appreciated.

If you’re a newbie to this kind of thing, people have traditionally shared such information as:

  • Position, promotion (if applicable);
  • City (preferred) or region;
  • Line of service;
  • % raise;
  • % bonus (if any); and
  • Old and new base.

If you want to remain anonymous, you can email me at [email protected] any of the above information and I’ll keep this thread updated.

So, it’s your dime, your dance floor. Have at it!

2 Answers
SlowlyDying1065SlowlyDying1065 answered 3 weeks ago
  • Associate -> Experienced Associate
  • Southeast (Not Atlanta or Miami)
  • Core Tax
  • Tier 2
  • 51,000 -> 54,600 (7.1%)
  • 2,000 bonus (3.9%)

Apparently there were only two Tier 1’s for my class in the whole region, so I’m happy with Tier 2. My office seems to be pushing 2 year promotions anyways so next year should be a good year.

FranchiseFranchise answered 3 weeks ago

S1>S2
SF
Advisory (transferred from Assurance mid-year)
Tier 3
$83k>$93k (everyone in our group at the cohort level gets the same salary, only bonus fluctuates)
$7500 bonus
Tough to be entering year 5 of career in SF at $93k. Considering a year ago salary as an A3 was $66.5k, it feels like progress.

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