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Mercer or Roland Berger

 
#1 Mercer or Roland Berger
02/12/2002 00:00

Richard Federowski

I will graduate in a couple weeks and I would like to join a consultancy but do not know if I should prefer Roland Berger or Mercer?

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#2 depends on your location...
03/12/2002 00:00

Tony

Richard - would suggest this very much depends on where you would be working and / or your cultural preferences. RB are a global firm, but very much with a European strength and a Germanic flavour. Mercer have much more of an American feel to them, and their greatest presence is in the US. In terms of the current market, I suspect there is not much to choose between them in terms of company performance / job security. Both are top flight firms though, so if you've got offers from both well done! Tony

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#3 Re: Mercer or Roland Berger
05/12/2002 00:00

Be greatful!

Be greatful of any graduate job in the current economic climate! Take the job you think you will enjoy most!!!!!!!

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#4 Something to think about
06/12/2002 00:00

Xian

Something that might factor into your decision is that Roland Berger, from what I've discovered (I graduated in June this year, and did consider applying to RB), isn't recruiting for 2003, but is nevertheless accepting applications for 2004. At least, I think this is the case. This is certainly the case with a couple of other large consultancies, such as Boston Consulting Group - the website and brochure said nothing of deferred entry, but when I sent an enquiry about this to the recruitment coordinator, I got what seemed to be a prescripted email, saying recruitment is for 2004. Mercer are definitely recruiting for 2003 though.

Good luck!

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