Need some opinions… Currently sitting at 90k at D as a C EY offered 120 + 7k Sign on Bonus for an SC Am I getting lowballed or is that a decent salary range for an SC. Was hoping to push to 130k+. YOE- 3.5-4 primarily in Cyber

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120 > 90. Follow the $$$, everyone else is

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120k for a lead individual contributor? That’s within range but on the lower end. Not entirely unfair though. You can push for $130k

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But also, don’t give up on the $120k either. Don’t push too hard.

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I make 130k base with 2 years of consulting experience and I live in miami. You just have to sell yourself like you know what you’re doing and you know how to lead.

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I am the only person at my company that lives in Miami so I don’t want to say the name. It was a condition for my employment.

I would take it then figure out a tech jump after. you're undervalued to the skillset but not in the eyes of B4

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If only the tech industry was as easy to get into

Congratulations OP! You have been offered 120K in which location?

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Thanks! In the DC region

Did EY mention year end bonus?

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When you get your employment offer, it should have that. It is always amenable, but takes more rounds of review after it has been initially approved. To help you; consulting industry standard for lead individual contributor bonuses is at ~20% annual performance bonus. It rises in management significantly.

SA3 in a T1 city getting only 106K. 120K is a good compensation.

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I feel like I’m general EY pays better…. Although their culture leaves something to be desired

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