Wanted to know your thoughts on the below article and get a feel for how common it is - particularly once leaving consulting.
I've always found consulting to be a very socially engaging business to be in - delivering in small teams, the need to bond quickly (and attempts to accelerate this through frequent social events) the internal communities, the away working etc.
I'll be moving to industry soon, to a business where there are none of these things. On top of that i'll be doing a role that will require me to work independently quite a lot of the time. Often with the business, but in a 'consulting' role. I'll be probably a bit younger than the average in the business.
Are there normally outgoing people out there who move from consulting to these roles and struggle to adapt?