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Just having a look around EY's website for their grad positions, in particular the transactions roles. The stated starting salary seems quite low, at £21,500 but does say it's dependent on location. I find it hard to believe that for a London role, the starting salary would be as low as that for a grad position in say transaction or assurance. Does anyone have any insight as to how much it generally is for London grad roles?
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Just having a look around EY's website for their grad positions, in particular the transactions roles. The stated starting salary seems quite low, at £21,500 but does say it's dependent on location. I find it hard to believe that for a London role, the starting salary would be as low as that for a grad position in say transaction or assurance. Does anyone have any insight as to how much it generally is for London grad roles?
It was £28k starting but thats probably a year or two out of date. I think if you look through the accounting careers section of this website people have discussed the starting salaries at each firm.
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It was £28k starting but thats probably a year or two out of date. I think if you look through the accounting careers section of this website people have discussed the starting salaries at each firm.
Thanks for the reply. This is the accounting careers section isn't it?
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Thanks for the reply. This is the accounting careers section isn't it?
Oops - yes! Sorry!

If you look back through the threads I'm sure that there are discussions about salary levels.
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Oops - yes! Sorry!

If you look back through the threads I'm sure that there are discussions about salary levels.
By the way, do you know if that £28k figure is for audits or for transactions support/deals people as well?
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By the way, do you know if that £28k figure is for audits or for transactions support/deals people as welI
I think audit. Transaction support may pay a little more.
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