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Can someone explain the jump from career level 11 to 9 - bus & technology team lead? Is the next step consultant?

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11 = Analyst, 10 = Senior Analyst, 9 = Team Lead which is equivalent to Consultant, 8 = Associate Manager/senior consultant, 7 = Manager, 6 = Senior Manager, etc.


Team lead is equivalent of a consultant on the CDO (tech) side

This is hugely helpful thanks a lot

Congrats if you just got promoted!Looking ahead, I'm pretty sure Tech Consulting doesn't have Associate Manager (lvl 8), so your next jump is to 7 - Manager.

I'm miffed as to how OP didn't know this...it's clearly laid out as first post said. Sorry for the shade, but come on...

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