For benchmarking I think it’d be helpful for all on here to see starting comp. (undergrad or MBA) at top consulting firms: Firm: Base salary: Total possible per. bonus: Profit share: 401K:
I just started at the company and was put on a staff org assignment. I've never been on one and the client didn't give me instructions. I did the best I could and she has already complained to my
(LONG POST) On a contract job currently (work in healthcare consulting). Interviewed with a startup consulting firm in Jun’18. Loved what they were doing. Found we were a great fit. Got offer (contd)
I’m an recently promoted S1 in audit, leaving PA for industry. Does $70k for staff internal auditor role in Phoenix sound reasonable?
I realized tuition reimbursement is the biggest Catch-22. We get 10k per year given the work hours and travel, it's nearly impossible to complete a part time masters degree
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O'hare Missed flight Consultants meetup group - To all the folks who had missed their flight due to fucked up TSA lines, let's meet at some bar and try to make our day better 🍻
If there are any current students or recent grads open to doing a Fall internship, Havas Mango is looking for someone! It’s paid ($15/hr), fully remote, 20hr/wk, flexible schedule, starts 10/5, and best for generalists. Heads up: there are some additional application questions: Creator Intern https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2023829663
Is MBA from a top 10 B school the only way to get into MBB.. any tips on how people made lateral move from big 4 to MBB
Has anyone moved from a regional firm to Big 4 as manager? Considering making the switch in the fall and curious as to what the hardest part of the change will be, aside from the hours.
I have been in IA consulting for 4 years but I feel very lost in my career because it’s just not the kind of work I enjoy at all. Do I go for IA in industry? And entirely new field? My morale since covid has been so low and it’s difficult to think these things through sometimes.
Is BCG better for someone with an entrepreneurial mindset and high initiative to do something different, or better for someone who is good at following the procedure? Trying to understand the culture
What do you do when small local firms won’t give your resume the time of day, but everyone you ask for resume feedback on says your materials are fine? These aren’t big law or boutiques, we’re talking probably paying $20-30 an hour part time as an associate with firms of 1-3 attorneys generally. I know biglaw is recovering from COVID but has it really hurt small law so badly getting an interview is next to impossible? Any and every practice area. Work is work. Approx. 500k local population size.
Am I about to be laid off suddenly if my coach scheduled a call with me for next week and CC’d my RL?