Thread regarding Deloitte layoffs

How is Deloitte for data engineers?

I'm trying to decide between a few offers and I'm hoping to get some honest opinions outside of recruiters. I've asked in a few places, but I'm thinking this could be the place where I can get the real info, as opposed to reviews on Glassdoor, for example. I'd be appreciative of any input.

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Deloitte doesn’t know how to do softwares run

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TLDR: if a cloud engineer or PDL specialist negotiate a higher base salary and or more signing bonus. Great place to work lots of remote at home opportunities. Work/life depends upon project and team. If you find a good team, stick with them instead of choosing most interesting project unless you are an SME. They will pay more than EY

They are the largest implementation and operate big consulting firm. Data engineers, particularly cloud engineers and PDL specialists are in the highest demand and at the top of the salary pecking order. If you aim to be a subject matter expert SME then demand a higher base salary offer and more sign bonus. Work life balance is mixed, can be great or bad, depends upon the team and the project but generally Deloitte is pretty good and they focus on integrity with clients. However it is consulting so there are always rotten apples in the bunch that fester.

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Post ID: @1Ogsb+1gVRJOSh

Do not waste your time at Deloitte. They just like to hire well spoken word salad non skilled workers. Go somewhere where you can actually do something. They are copy paste artists who get their foot in the door and duplicate work. Big waste of money.

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Post ID: @sfwl+1gVRJOSh

our data group is top notch, we beat everyone... check out any magic quadrant or ranking. the group is well organized and we sell a lot.

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Post ID: @rkdc+1gVRJOSh

Reddit (sub is called Deloitte) and fishbowl have many more active contributing users for Deloitte than The Layoff so you may try to ask this question there for more answers.

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Post ID: @ikqk+1gVRJOSh

I don't know about data engineers, but the company is not a bad place to work if you have a good manager. It all boils down to how lucky you are.

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