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I was wondering if anyone had any idea about the salary for EY assurance apprentcies over the 5 years. Tried the EY careers website but they don't give a rough figure, just that the salary will be reviewed and increase.
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Hey,
I was wondering if anyone had any idea about the salary for EY assurance apprentcies over the 5 years. Tried the EY careers website but they don't give a rough figure, just that the salary will be reviewed and increase.
Hey did you manage to find out anything about this?
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Hey did you manage to find out anything about this
I did find the following in answer to another post with the same question. Haven't verified it but this was written...



"Yr2 - 23-28
Yr3 - 24-30
Yr4 - 34-37
Yr5 - 45-50

In year 2 and 3 I’m not sure how fast it steps up but typically B4 pay apprentices first year grad salary in their second year and then on same salary track as grads. I’d expect upper end of those ranges for years 2 and 3 on this basis."
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(Original post by ZainZakariyya)
I did find the following in answer to another post with the same question. Haven't verified it but this was written...



"Yr2 - 23-28
Yr3 - 24-30
Yr4 - 34-37
Yr5 - 45-50

In year 2 and 3 I’m not sure how fast it steps up but typically B4 pay apprentices first year grad salary in their second year and then on same salary track as grads. I’d expect upper end of those ranges for years 2 and 3 on this basis."
Yeah I found that too but since my starting salary is quoted as ~18k I’m thinking either these figures are based on London salaries or just not realistic at all.
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(Original post by ZainZakariyya)
I did find the following in answer to another post with the same question. Haven't verified it but this was written...



"Yr2 - 23-28
Yr3 - 24-30
Yr4 - 34-37
Yr5 - 45-50

In year 2 and 3 I’m not sure how fast it steps up but typically B4 pay apprentices first year grad salary in their second year and then on same salary track as grads. I’d expect upper end of those ranges for years 2 and 3 on this basis."
those salaries are far from true, you match the grad salary on your 3rd year, and you definitely don't qualify on 50k
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those salaries are far from true, you match the grad salary on your 3rd year, and you definitely don't qualify on 50k
That’s my thinking too. My guess is the grad salary is circa the 21k mark but obviously dependent on location and service line. Any idea of how bonuses work? Are only qualified staff eligible?
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That’s my thinking too. My guess is the grad salary is circa the 21k mark but obviously dependent on location and service line. Any idea of how bonuses work? Are only qualified staff eligible?
apprentices dont get bonuses as far as im aware, and for qualified staff it depends on the department
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apprentices dont get bonuses as far as im aware, and for qualified staff it depends on the department
Hey - I’ve just looked over my offer again and apparently I am eligible as an apprentice. Who’d have thought it 😁
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Hey - I’ve just looked over my offer again and apparently I am eligible as an apprentice. Who’d have thought it 😁
Eligible for bonuses ? That doesn’t mean the apprentices actually get them it’s just for the contract
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Eligible for bonuses ? That doesn’t mean the apprentices actually get them it’s just for the contract
Seems like a very bizarre thing to add to a contract if you’re not eligible but I guess there’s only one way to find out
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Seems like a very bizarre thing to add to a contract if you’re not eligible but I guess there’s only one way to find out
it also says on your contract that they can move you to a different department depending on business needs, but that doesn't really happen.

what department is it for?
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it also says on your contract that they can move you to a different department depending on business needs, but that doesn't really happen.

what department is it for?
Data Analytics within Assurance
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Data Analytics within Assurance
hmm, unsure of that one. i will say though, I've never heard of any apprentice get a bonus thats not listed on the job description
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