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can't make up his mind OR broadening horizon

 
#1 can't make up his mind OR broadening horizon
05/12/2008 15:31

yours truly

question for the HR-dudes and dudettes...

I have a master in engineering and a master in business economics and am currently doing a traineeship of three years within a 'management development company' (doing projects while getting coaching, training (prince2, ...))

After these three years I want to go into strategic consultancy.

Finally the question: I am intending of doing my bachelor in law during the following two years. Will this be perceived as 'he can't make any decisions about his future' or 'ok nice, this guy keeps broadening his horizons'?

Thx

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#2 RE: can't make up his mind OR broadening horizon
05/12/2008 15:48

Mars A Day to yours truly (#1)

Neither: it says nervous and insecure procrastinator who entertains themselves with goals they have no intention of pursuing.

If you want strat consulting get on with it - another 3 years of noddy projects, Prince 2, and a law degree will if anything make you less appealing to strat houses.

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#3 RE: can't make up his mind OR broadening horizon
05/12/2008 16:20

anon to yours truly (#1)

Are you working in NL? I wonder, because these management development companies are more common there than in the UK. The strategy consulting market in NL is more tolerant of broad backgrounds so you would be less likely to suffer from the categorisation of "indecisive". However, even if it is not a hinderance, I think that the Bachelor in Law will not particularly aid your career either. You may find it is a more developmental and beneficial experience to devote that time to doing more projects within the traineeship.

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