Management consulting salaries revealed: How much top firms like McKinsey and PwC pay everyone from interns to C-suite execs
The consulting industry has taken a hit since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last several months, firms had to halt business travel, adopt remote work tools, and adjust to the new normal while simultaneously serving corporate clients.But many are still hiring for 6-figure jobs.
So how much can you make if you land a job in management consulting right now?Business Insider has compiled a list of salary reports for major consulting firms. These guides are based on our analysis of the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification's 2019 disclosure data for permanent and temporary foreign workers, annual salary reports from career-development company Management Consulted, and interviews with experts.
Here's what you need to know if you're an MBA graduate, college student, or an experienced hire looking to switch jobs.Highest-paying firms for MBA graduates: 13 consulting firms where you can earn more than $200,000 right out of business school Highest-paying firms for MBA interns: 8 consulting firms where MBA students can earn more than $30,000 during their internships
Highest-paying firms for college graduates: 10 consulting firms where you can earn more than $100,000 right out of college
Firms with the biggest salary boosts: 10 consulting firms that gave MBA grads the biggest salary boosts in the last 5 years"Big 4" salaries: 'Big 4' salaries, revealed: How much Deloitte, KPMG, EY, and PwC accountants and consultants make, from entry level to executive roles
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