October 30, 2020

Recruiting Season: Salaries and Offers for the Public Accounting Class of 2014

ALRIGHT ALRIGHT, we get it, you've been waiting for this thread. Seems a little early this year but we're getting harassed about it enough to think it's time to get this puppy rolling:

Where's the 2014 full-time/summer internship thread? Offers are already going out.

If you look at how we have done this in the past, you're going to be most helpful to your fellow newbies by including service line, market and any bonuses. $75k in Montana is not the same as $75k in NYC, so make sure we all know where you are so we can decide together if you got ripped off or not.

If you'd rather not post the deets here, email us.

Congrats in advance those of you who didn't screw up bad enough to not get an offer!

 

 

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