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#1 education
25/03/2010 21:16

Ec Cehomo

how likely (and this question goes out to RC's too) is it to move into consultancy without a formal education? It seems to be a pre-requisite

Should no BA or 1st Class honours put me off trying (I strongly dislike wasted effort)

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#2 RE: education
25/03/2010 22:25

Jezzabel to Ec Cehomo (#1)

RC = Roman Catholic??

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#3 RE: education
26/03/2010 08:45

Padre Ben Dover to Ec Cehomo (#1)

if you've achieved mightily in another field despite your lack of education e.g you are an archbishop or colonel, then verily might thou transfer thy skills. otherwise forget it, my son.

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#4 RE: education
26/03/2010 11:48

Mars A Day to Ec Cehomo (#1)

Frankly it will depend heavily on where you have worked, in what role, in what industry etc. Compare and contrast: a senior banker, ex Goldman, no degree but knows everyone who is anyone, has the cache and is quality assured by his time at Goldman etc. Probably hire if at a senior enough level where he can make his networks and contacts count. Mid level supply chain chap, good exp across several JIT sectors, but no degree. No hire.

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