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30% for a lateral move? Assuming everything else stays the same, oh yeah. Prestige is the stupidest reason to stay somewhere. A mentor always told me moving for anything less than 25% isn’t worth it. With that said, I left my old firm for a 5% bump, but a 20% reduction in hours. Completely worth it for me.

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I mean depends on your goals. I’m kicking myself in the foot not moving to big 4 for FDD while I have peers going from Deloitte FDD to JPMorgan investment banking I’m stuck interviewing at mom and pop shops. Really sucks and makes me want to give up on everything

If you have a couple years under your belt and you are willing to commit another couple years to a new role, benefits are similar, etc. it sounds to be a good opportunity. I don’t think you would see a 30% raise in your current role over the next couple of years.

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Prestige is bs, especially from KPMG.

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Wipro, Infosys, tata, cognizant, HCL- mainly the Indian services companies

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I wonder which one of those B4 is being referred not as prestigious

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I think PWC

If they make you work 30% more than there is no raise.

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Which is why I'm staying in my current role... I could get a 25 percent raise right now, but I finally feel like I've figured it out. I'm actually seeing that WLB they've been talking about all these years...

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Yes. 30% is almost 60k for me, and I plan on leaving in 1-3 years anyways. So even if I get crap raises, this is 150k over 3 years.

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KPMG and EY are definitely not prestigious. I’ve worked at both and EY is less prestigious feeling than KPMG. EY seems like it belongs in a Lil’ 4.

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That is interesting. I feel the opposite. Coming to KPMG from EY feels like going back to the minor leagues into me. Are you in Consulting?

Not for same job/title. 30% bump is temporary since raises will likely be small and not worth learning new tools and methodology and rebuilding network

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If you are unhappy at your current employer then yes. Otherwise no

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All else being equal, yes. But I bet all else isn't equal.

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Yes because even if you get lower annual raises it will be higher than if you stayed.

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Time value of money says yes, however switching companies reduces your optionality of even better exit ops (higher than 30%, higher title, maybe different role?) how long do you plan to stay doing the same role?

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Dang, the switch to unlimited vacation even has KPMG folks calling EY not as prestigious 😭😭😭

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I left EY to come to KPMG for a big raise. Not worth it. Should have stayed where I was. The basic technology we are given here compared to EY is reason alone

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It depends.. 30% not bad but we need more info ..

Yes

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Huh? More info needed

If it's only 30% there's got to be some other reason thrown in too.

Depends on your current level. Staff yes, manager maybe, Director no.

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