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How frowned upon is it...

 
#1 How frowned upon is it...
07/04/2008 12:27

Help Me

...if you request projects in London?

(Background: Grad, Big-4 Consultancy, love the work, cannot stand the travel.)

Only planning to stay in Consulting for a couple of years - is it possible to request projects in London for this amount of time? I just can't take being away from home any more...

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#2 RE: How frowned upon is it...
07/04/2008 13:32

Village Idiot to Help Me (#1)

Depends a little on your client base and specialisation. Focusing on public sector will mean that a lot of your work will be in London.

Overall, though, a consultant who refuses to travel will make much slower career progress than one who will go where they are asked. They are also likely to be at the head of the queue when it comes time to make cutbacks in the next recession.

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