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Graduate considering Consultancy

 
#1 Graduate considering Consultancy
03/09/2007 22:19

Neil McClure

I am an economics graduate considering starting a career in Business transformation/change management, and wondered if there were any people out there who have already done so, and could offer any advice. I have looked at the likes of CapGemini and PA, but obviously without the industry experience, don't know everywhere to look. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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#2 RE: Graduate considering Consultancy
04/09/2007 08:26

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to Neil McClure (#1)

Neil - just checked the business transformation section of our recent salary benchmarking report and the highest numbers of responses in this category came from Accenture, Atos Consulting, BearingPoint, BT Global Consulting, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, Hedra, IBM, KPMG, PA Consulting and Serco Consulting. So I'd take these as a good hit list of firms to investigate. Clearly it's not exhaustive, but gives you lots of options to consider.

Good luck

Tony Restell

Top-Consultant.com

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