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Hey folks,
Is there anyone in the bowl from Kearney Toronto that would be willing to have a chat about potential roles, I am interested in the healthcare space but would like to find out if the TO office deals with many projects in that space?
I would also like to know how to get my name in front of a recruiter, I have almost 5 YOE and a business masters but non-MBA, is this an unrealistic expectation to potentially get an interview with Kearney?

Any insights would be appreciated.

Thank

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For Kearney, your office has no bearing on your project mix or specialization. We staff across the America's equally and whatever clients/ projects there around your immediate office doesn't matter at all. Anything health related in North America will be open to you (and same for other practice areas).

In terms of your background, no issue in principle with a non-MBA masters. If your YOE are in consulting, that's obviously better however.

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C1 it's actually not inefficient when you look at the big picture.

For one, it maximizes our ability to bring the best / the right people to the right projects without worrying about artifical barriers.

Secondly, travel expenses are a very small fraction of project costs. It's not really a negative for our clients for the type of work we're doing when thr invoice hits.

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When do applications for full-time consultant positions at Kearney open up?

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