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which level to apply for?

 
#1 which level to apply for?
23/06/2006 20:26

pd to deleted (#0)

Hi! i have 5 years experience in: customer service, sales & Marketing, and for the last 2 years in product management, with MBA. i have passion to work in consultancy & want to apply in some of the global str firm. at which level you advise i should apply for? & what are salary expectations in the region? appreciate some inputs. txs. location: ME - Dubai

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#2 Re: which level to apply for?
12/07/2006 05:17

Beng

I suggest applying for an entry-level MBA position (typically "Associate"), with a guarantee to be evaluated for next level promotion ("Sr. Associate" or "Manager", depending on the firm) within a year or so. The reason is for your own self-interest. Running an engagement or project team in a consulting environment is entirely different from an in-house project team. From how you should treat your direct reports and the Client, to the level of analysis and reports you have to generate. You want to break yourself in gradually, as opposed to "leaping from the frying pan and into the fire".

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