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What should be minimum offer I should take for another firm? 1 year in out of undergrad, 75k salary

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I would get a promo b4 moving. Yes I get the "gig economy", but you will benefit both in terms of skills and comp down the line

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I think one year is a bit soon to leave and expect much higher but depends on what skills you gained in that year I guess

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Building rapport within your firm is much more valuable than a few $k salary increase, in my opinion. Unless you get something outrageously better.

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Agree with A1. I also think it's hard to make a 1-year drive by look good on a resume, esp if its your first job. I'd stick it out to 3 years and/or get a promo first. I jumped 2 years into my career and I know I left money on the table and set myself back progression-wise. Also, you just simply aren't "worth" more to a firm with just 1 year of exp, especially not $90k.

That being said, and I'm not talking shit about IBM, but all of the IBM people I've crossed paths with said that the culture over there for lower level staff is super toxic. So if you are looking to jump because you don't see yourself setup for success, then that's another thing entirely.

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Otherwise 90k assuming all else equal

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Nothing. As you have no experience (1year doesn't count) and you're aren't good or an expert at what you do. You're a college grad with pretty much the skills of every other college grad (read replaceable) with the disadvantage of a bad attitude evident from the fact that you're looking for an entitled number. Also IBM has been struggling to keep its consultants busy and has been firing regularly for sometime now, take what you get and learn something

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I think 2 years is a good jumping point. Ask for at least 90k. No need to stay any longer than that. This is the gig economy, and banking analysts, for example jump to PE in two years. Also look at VC roles. I have seen that the best Vic opportunities are for analysts 2-3 years out. Jumping early also gives you a better idea of what you like/dislike. If you leave and miss Deloitte, you could still come back at say, 26, and continue to have a good career at the firm.

I'm in the same boat 1.5 yoe (I'm including my internship bc it was one long project that I got to work on from start to finish) and I'm asking for minimum of 80 bc that's what my bump to A2 at Pwc would've been

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