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USC Macc Program [#permalink] New post 10 Jan 2012, 09:13
Anyone know the average starting salary for a graduate of the program? I could not seem to find this information anywhere on the website.
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Re: USC Macc Program [#permalink] New post 10 Jan 2012, 10:32
I'm not sure, but I do know that they recruit heavily for the Big 4 there if you do well. I would assume that someone coming out of school and going into one of those positions would be making between $60-$80? Hard to say... you might check out Glassdoor.com to look up salaries of the positions you are interested in...

It also depends on what type of experience you had before the program (if any), and how your interviewing skills are... I would recommend calling the MAcc admissions office, and ask if they provide an "employment report". Many top schools release this info to show what students made at there first job out of school. They take a survey of the most recent grad glass and then publish the results and statistics. I know USC does this for their business school: http://www.marshall.usc.edu/mbacareer/employment_report
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Re: USC Macc Program [#permalink] New post 10 Jan 2012, 16:38
Big 4 Staff I salary varies depending on the region. In the big cities (NYC, Chicago, SF, etc), you can expect something like $55K-$58K to start out. In other less populated cities, you will see dramatic difference (high $40's to lower $50's) - mainly due to cost of living adjustment. Plus, it also depends on whether you are in audit/tax, or advisory.
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