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Quickfire consultants

 
#1 Quickfire consultants
05/12/2005 16:02

Rapid Consultant

I would really appreciate some views on the following by you experienced consultants out there. I have been offered various I-bank opportunities as well as junior consultancy posts and would ideally like to follow a strat route into private equity advisory services for possibly someone like PWC/Deloitte etc..

Considering I am 23 now and want to get climbing the ladder pronto, I wondered if you guys with a bit of expereince on your hands could literally jot down you thoughts on teh following:

Is there a professional qualification that would be valuable to my career progression that I should think about doing or is an MBA the best route forward to getting senior posts in 10-15 years time?

What can my earnings reasonably be at the top end of a strat house or in the transformation services line of someone like CG and PA?

Your responses are really appreciated,

R

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