Accenture employees earn $34 per hour on average, or $71,000 annually, which is 24% higher than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at Accenture is a Associate Partner at $198,300 annually while the lowest paying job at Accenture is a Customer Service Representative at $26,500 annually.See all Accenture salaries »
"I feel I have been underpaid for the tasks I have been doing simultaneously."
"Underpaid but i know traveling is a big part so I couldn't complain."
"My payscale is average, according to the Senior Software engineer reviews here."
"The pay at Accenture LLP is decent enough. But for a techno functional like me, I feel I deserve a better compensation."
"Fair enough if you live in the Philippines."
"No, not at all."
"I've heard that other companies pay more. It's also impossible to negotiate your pay outside of one of the rating periods."
"I felt I was paid about what I was worth for the kind of work I did."
"I am feeling under paid as high end team leader."
"Current market salary for my experience and my skill is 120000."
"I feel that I am paid correctly for my experience."
"I should get $70K + salary. I am feeling underpaid."
"I felt that I was well paid and the benefits were very good. However, in IT, technical skills are not necessarily valued and you are viewed as a simple cog in the machine. Business Analysts seem to get all the glory."
"Just paid enough, not per market standards."
"Although salary is important to me but that is not the only thing which I look for in a job. There are other things like work satisfaction, work-life balance, environment, colleagues, health benefits.... Taking these into consideration I think I am being paid fairly."
"It was average. But this cannot sustain my family as a whole."
"Yes. Comparatively low as compared to other companies."
"Paid right, I don't have any complaints about my pay."
"Underpaid for the amount of work being done."
"I feel I am being underpaid for the cost of living here and the amount of work people put in to hit the deadlines."