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How much do we think the admins in our office make? Planning a Disney trip then talking about jay-z and Beyoncé for 45 minutes seems like a job I could get behind

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No judgement here, I know they do much more than that but I am jealous of their stability and they seem like they enjoy coming to work every day


As a general rule you probably shouldn't worry about or make assumptions about other people's finances.

There are so many variables involved that knowing their KPMG salary doesn't tell you as much as you'd imagine.


I’m just wondering bc we’re thinking of having kids soon- the stability and level of enjoyment is very appealing to me. Not trying to make any assumptions about other people’s finance... I was truly wondering if that could be the next step for me.


Admins get $50-$90k plus OT


The admin on my team billing rate is a little less than 1/2 mine. Assuming I work all of my allotted hours, the firm makes over 2.5x what they’re paying me salary wise (bonus excluded)...

I’m making $105k. Based on that, I’d guess admins make $40-60k tops.

@D1 your firm makes 2.5x your salary? That sounds low! I guess unless you're very highly paid or Deloitte rates are very low.

I’m Federal. So my billing rates are lower than you commercial folks. But yea, it’s between 2.5-3x my base salary.

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