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Manager and Senior Manager pay range Advisory PI Chicago. I was thinking manager 160-200 and Senior manager 180-220? Thanks!

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You sometimes get folks with 10-20 years of experience who come in as a Sr or Mgr, so they tilt the scale upwards. What really matters is how many years you’ve been in the workforce with avg raises (3-5%), so don’t compare yourself to 40 yr old managers if you’re only late 20’s

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I make 135 as a PI Manager in Chicago :P

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Yea

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Snr Mgr (who is no longer with firm) told me once that at his rank base can go upto 260k.

Dang I make 150 as a senior in Chicago. How does that work?

135 is after 4 or 5 ratings the last 3-4 years ! Definitely underpaid. Good for you OP. You will make 165 atleast as manager.

Sorry if I came off rude. I didn't mean how does that work with where you are pay wise. I meant how are the pay ranges so varied.

Were you an experienced hire?

I make 135 base in Chicago

Depends on your specialty as well

EY's pay bands are ridiculous...prob 100%. For PI I would bet it's 120-210 manager and 160-300 senior manager.

195K at D as Mgr

What is the difference in salary between M3 and M4 and M5 in ey..Advisory fed

Probably 3-6% raises

Thanks.

For a lateral move how much percentage increase would make sense and what rank within M- experienced hire ; tech; What is the upper limit on M band

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