« on: June 14, 2007, 09:52:49 PM »
I was looking over some of the firms that do OCI at my school to get a sense of what is out there. One of the boxes gives information about hours worked and billable hours accumulated for the average associate during the year (for 2005 and 2006.) The hours worked (not billable, but total hours) seemed very reasonable-typically less than 40hrs/week for a 52 week year, so vacation/holidays would need to be accounted for but still...) This is not at all what I'm expecting, I figured it was closer to 50+ hrs/week if not over 60.
Salary info is for entry level, but it doesn't say this for the hours worked. Is it that you work longer hours at first and then, as you get better/more efficient and move up the ladder, you work substantially fewer hours? Am I reading the tables wrong?