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Next Move...

 
#1 Next Move...
11/02/2008 11:21

Kyle-11

Hi -

I have a couple of years of experience as a consultant with Deloitte (Operations) - graduated just over 2 years ago. While I have enjoyed my time here I wish to move on...and I am thinking away from working for a consultancy practice.

Can anyone guide me to what role I could apply for in industry which would suit my skills most? What would be the differences in salary/work-life balance?

Many Thanks!

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#2 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 12:19

argh to Kyle-11 (#1)

I'm also vv interested in this thread, in the same position (same firm and service line) as the 1st poster, but 1 year behind... I know I want to leave after 2 years but no idea what my options would be outside consulting!!

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#3 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 12:28

How is deloitte doing?... to argh (#2)

Hmmmmmm....lately there are increasing posts on exit options for Deloitte at a relatively early stage of employment...Why is that? Not a good place to work for? Hours? Working climate?.....

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#4 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 12:52

perhaps to How is deloitte doing?... (#3)

Maybe Kyle wants to start a family

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#5 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 13:47

Kyle-11 to How is deloitte doing?... (#3)

All is good as I as far as I am concerened, this was always really my plan before I even joined - trained/experience and then leave...

any advice please??

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#6 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 14:08

bob to Kyle-11 (#5)

"Maybe Kyle wants to start a family"

Why would he, or anybody else, want to do this?

Why add to over-population? Why introduce human beings to this dying planet? Especially when you will love them unconditionally and worry day and night about the state of the world they'll grow up to inherit?

Madness.

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#7 RE: Next Move...
11/02/2008 14:52

Kyle-11 to bob (#6)

No family plans for me just yet thanks!

Any ideas on my exit options guys??

Thanks!

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#8 RE: Next Move...
12/02/2008 20:10

anon to Kyle-11 (#7)

bob..........that's a bit dark

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#9 RE: Next Move...
16/02/2008 11:33

Kyle-11 to anon (#8)

Any ideas then of my exit options then guys?

Would is be possible to move to 'ops' or 'strat' within MBB or the tier below - what are my chances at this stage?

Many Thanks!

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#10 RE: Next Move...
16/02/2008 12:04

First Dog Barney Bush to Kyle-11 (#9)

Kyle,

you seem to be desperate to get out of deloitte...what happnened, you , um , had unsolicited fun with the boss's daughter...hehehe.

Hey, relax, we all do this type of shiit sometimes.

Regarding your question, it certainly would be good to have more info- what are your skills and interests- where do you want to be?

Deloitte is very good for early career- e.g. graduates and the like. They offer good training and their brand name opens doors.

You should not have too much trouble gettin a job after deloitte. Try targeting industry ( fortune 500/ftse 100 companies) which uses deloitte and holds them in high regard. What about your clients whilst working at deloitte...there might be non compete agreements in place, but then try their competitors....( same industry).

Generally, industry had better work/life balance than consulting. Its usually 9-5/6 and a flexible at that too. The salary will usually be a bit less ( 15-25%) in industry than consulting, as consulting requires more productivity companred to industry jobs.

I recommend all to have a mix of consulting and industry experience as both have pros and cons...

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