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What's the typical salary bump % when you move one from to another? Thinking of moving to get a bump but want to stay in consulting

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20% I guess without any info whatsoever from your post

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I moved from a boutique shop to a big4 and got 113% bump. Know your worth. Though, I’ve realized that I’ve also sold my soul now.

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I'd sell my soul for a 113% raise! Where do I sign??

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I moved from big 4 to my own shop and increased about 275%. My boss is a slave driver though.

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Same Big 4 to Fintech did 115%

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20 to 30% otherwise don’t do it

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I moved from a mid size firm to big 4 for a 40% bump. Lateral title.

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(Average New salary) / (average old salary)

Lateral? Promo? Different type of company or the same?

Earlier in my career I went from B4 to a boutique for roughly a one level promo and my pay went up ~50%. Prior to that I'd gone from a boutique to BE as a lateral and my pay was flat.

I later lateraled from boutique to industry and got about a 10% bump, then eventually lateraled back to consulting for about flat pay. Fast forward to my latest move and I lateraled from consulting to industry for a ~15% increase.

I’m at 117k base (before adjustments later this week) and am planning on taking 140k from a smaller firm to remain with my current client for longer term

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If you give an “ish” number for salary expectations on a call with a recruiter, is that the number they offer? If you say 115ish, would they ever offer 125? 120? Or will they just come back with 115. Or even lower haha. Just curious if anyone has been offered slightly more.

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