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February 19, 2007


Ed Lee

thanks for starting this discussion. i worked with an oxford grad at my first agency who was mounting clippings for 17k a year while someone from his year earned 50k working in a hedge fund.

where's the motivation to stick around in PR with crappy responsibilities and shitty pay when there are some other really plum jobs out there?

from my perspective, i was looking to change industries right until i got my gig in toronto.


Richard Bailey

When you look around, there aren't many people in the consultancy world beyond 30 years old. (Some of us refugees 'end up' in universities.)

So how have you survived so long? Congratulations.

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