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Interview Q

 
#1 Interview Q
13/04/2007 12:11

Me Too

Have a few assessment centres / interviews coming up and trying to think of a believeable and not too cringeworthy answer to:

- So why do you want to move from industry to consulting?

Any thoughts?

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#2 RE: Interview Q
13/04/2007 12:34

The Big Hooner to Me Too (#1)

Variation of work

Working with a better standard of people speeds up your development

Lack of clear career goals in industry

Expect to have show that you understand and ready of the different working style and life style

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#3 RE: Interview Q
13/04/2007 16:06

anon to The Big Hooner (#2)

Be careful in the last 2 points, although they may well be true in certain instances but this is not always the case

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#4 RE: Interview Q
13/04/2007 16:18

A Mars A Day... to Me Too (#1)

Intellectual challenge.

Steeper learning/development curve.

Variety of projects.

Easier (usually) to effect real change in a client organisation than it is in industry.

Diversity of consulting teams - enabling you to learn from/contribute to consulting projects which may be staffed internationally.

Just a few suggestions...

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