I am exploring EY-Parthenon India office at the Manager level. Queries
New answer on Sep 30, 2021
Anonymous A asked on Mar 25, 2021
Hi, I am exploring EY-Parthenon India office for a career opportunity at Manager level within their strategy offering. Can someone share the career track post MBA with levels, average time spent on each level and expected salary?
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The best way to find these things out - contact people from the company. As many people as possible. They will give you not only the best insights but, moreover, useful information about the company that might get in handy during the interviews.
If you have any other questions - feel free to write to me,
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I am not super familiar with Tier 2 in India tbh, so I cannot give you personal insights unfortually.
However, for this particular topic, I would recommend you to touch base with HR directly, or network and ask this question, which is actually a great one to open a conversation with someone from the region. Like this, you will kill 2 birds iwth 1 stone.
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