Over 50 in Consulting
Daily Rate for Associate role in a Big 4? Looking for some guidance. Considering dropping from the Partner/MD treadmill for “expert” “grey hairs” role. What’s people’s experience and daily rate?
How do early retirees manage health insurance before Medicare eligibility? We're expecting to travel enough that a job with healthcare benefits may not be viable.
Feeling like my life is racing by being on the road 20 years, and saddens me that when I get home tonight my SO leaves on a business trip.
I’m a former McK consultant, 51, based in San Francisco. Wondering if there are low-travel/better lifestyle roles in consulting companies these days? I loved McK but couldn’t play the same role.
At what age did you exit Consulting? Do you think all the traveling has affected your health adversely?
Any one considered doing part time Consulting engagements via Services like MBO, Catalent GLG etc. Seems like a good way to stay in the game earn some extra income but do it on an Ad hock basis.
Thoughts on 52 M going for a job change to seek better leadership oppty’s and $? Any hope in MBB/Big 4/larger firms, or do I go boutique or industry? (Org Change / tech adoption, no partner delusions)
How to deal with the never ending exhaustion? Started consulting at the age of 33, and 20 years later chronically tired and impacting my motivation/drive both professionally and personally. Help!
I’m 52M and looking at divorce with a kid heading to college and one still high school. I agreed to pay for both kids’ college and live a like a pauper for the next 7 years. Any advice?
Where do you over 50 ladies shop for work clothes? Need a bit if a wardrobe refresh and looking for ideas.
How many of you have had to curse out our Millennial/Gen-Y friends about calling us old and inept. ￼
53 here and thinking about the future - looking at a major decision point at 60 and then seeing where I am at that point. Opinions and plans on transitioning to “the next phase”?
Saw a post today where a young woman opines that 55 should be mandatory retirement age - assumes we are all on boards and wealthy.