Get a Salary Report for



- Compare Your Salary
- Evaluate a Job Offer


- Price a New Hire
- Give a Raise



- Benchmark Jobs
- Create a Comp Plan

Average Salary For Information Technology (IT) Consultant at Capgemini

Change Country India » Employer Name » Capgemini Overview » Capgemini Salary » Job » Compare: Information Technology (IT) Consultant at Capgemini
Updated: 25 Dec 2014
Find Out Exactly What You Should Be Paid
Job Title:
Years in Field/Career:
Location:
United States (change)
- OR -
Follow Us On:
follow us on twitter    linkedin  
Who You Know
Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Salary and career advice to put you a step ahead.
newsletter icon

ADVERTISEMENT
Information Technology (IT) Consultant at Capgemini Average Salary (?
XAll compensation data shown are gross, national 10th to 90th percentile ranges. Pay can vary greatly by location. To view local data, take the PayScale survey.
)
Rs 375,254 - Rs 961,194
(Median)
360K
500K
640K
760K
950K
MEDIAN: Rs 636,820
10%
25%
50%
75%
90%

Compare Employers: Information Technology (IT) Consultant at Capgemini

Capgemini Capgemini Consulting InfoSys Limited
Compensation
Salary
Rs 355,407 - Rs 948,860
Rs 302,595 - Rs 841,305
Rs 523,573 - Rs 1,970,465
Bonus
Rs 14,681 - Rs 65,873
Rs 4,894 - Rs 71,490
Rs 17,747 - Rs 298,569
Profit Sharing
Rs 4,760 - Rs 119,379
not applicable
not applicable
Total Pay
Rs 375,254 - Rs 961,194
Rs 314,104 - Rs 841,305
Rs 578,121 - Rs 1,973,042
     
See personalized reports about your job and company. Start survey.
     
Job Satisfaction (?
XThe job satisfaction faces show how satisfied employees are with their job at a particular employer, relative to other employers. For example, when all five faces appear smiling, that doesn't mean all employees at that employer are "Extremely satisfied," but it does mean a significant majority are "Extremely satisfied" compared to workers at other employers.
)
Highly satisfied Image
Highly satisfied
Highly satisfied Image
Highly satisfied
Highly satisfied Image
Highly satisfied
Work Stress (?
XThe work stress thermometer reflects the intensity of stress experienced by employees on the job at a particular employer, relative to other employers. For example, when the arrow on the thermometer indicates "Extremely Stressful," that doesn't mean all employees at that employer feel that their job is "Extremely stressful," but it does mean a significant majority find their job to be "Extremely stressful" compared to workers at other employers.
)
Stressful Image
Stressful
Not stressful Image
Not stressful
Somewhat stressful Image
Somewhat stressful
Job Flexibility (?
XThe job flexibility scale (with options including Not flexible, Somewhat flexible, Flexible, Highly flexible, Extremely flexible) indicates an employer's typical flexibility regarding schedule as reported by employees and as compared to other employers. For example, if the text shown is "Not flexible," that doesn't mean all employees at that employer feel that the employer is "Not flexible," but it does mean a significant majority feel that their employer is "Not flexible" compared to workers at other employers.
)
Highly flexible Extremely flexible Highly flexible
Typical Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits Healthcare Benefits
Vacation Weeks 2.2 Weeks 2.6 Weeks unavailable
Gender Breakdown
9 reporting
13%
62 reporting
87%
4 reporting
19%
17 reporting
81%
1 reporting
4%
27 reporting
96%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
1-4
5-9
1-4
5-9
10-19
Popular Perks Relocation expenses, Tuition reimbursement, Life insurance / disability Paid holidays & vacation, Casual dress, Work from home Health club membership, Retirement pension, Cell phone

Capgemini Job Listings

Search for more jobs:
job title / company
location
Special Features
ceo incomes
Fortune 100 CEO Income Compared to Average Worker at Company
Many CEOs earn millions a year, but how does their pay compare to the average worker at their company? We list the highest earners.
More Special Features
»
Which jobs, cities and industries are seeing wages rise or fall? Track the latest compensation trends with The PayScale Index Q1 2013 results.
» You think you have a bad boss? We reveal the Top 5 Jobs That Hate Their Boss.
Next Steps
Start the survey
- OR -
Sign in with LinkedIn
PayScale Research Center