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Getting into Consulting

 
#1 Getting into Consulting
04/11/2011 15:00

narayankrishnan

I am IT professional with about 30 years of line management experience having worked in aviation and financial services industries. I have worked from start-up stage to set up IT, develop strategies, design and develop infrastructure, implement number of projects, etc. I was recently made redundant due to the economic downturn. I am 58 years and my attemps to get a job has failed miserably due to my age. I would like to get into consultancy. Since I do not have experience in this line, I am not able to make an entry into any of the consluting firms. Can someone guide me how to break this barrier.

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#2 RE: Getting into Consulting
04/11/2011 19:37

Anon to narayankrishnan (#1)

Your best option is to become a contractor or interim, using the network of contacts you have established over your 30 years experience to obtain work.

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