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Choice on Travel

 
#1 Choice on Travel
18/03/2008 08:48

Londonboy

I am a manager at one of the big consulting firms and have been based in London for a year- I am worried that my next role may require me to travel- i dont want a life away from the kids or wife - should i think about moving out of consulting or can I specify that I want to work in London only for personal reasons?

How good are firms at listening to individual needs or are they not at all? will i get any say if i get asked to go to a remote part of the world

would appreciate some advice from people who have been in a similar situation

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#2 RE: Choice on Travel
18/03/2008 10:42

Thinker to Londonboy (#1)

Clients for Financial Services will be mainly based in London, so that is one option. I don’t think your job would be very secure in that sector at the moment though.

Also something worth considering is the profile of work held by the firm. I work for PA, and nearly all my clients are within the M25. PA may not pay very well, or have many big client names, but the work-life balance is good.

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