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Career Dilemma

 
#1 Career Dilemma
11/04/2013 07:59

rgit123

Hi,

It would be of great help if someone can give there perspective..

I have over 3yrs experience in IT Consulting with an top Indian Company (TCS).

Currently, I am holding two offers for two big MNCs belonging the complete different industries...

Job 1: IT role with one of the big courier company - Mainly for its Indian operations but giving me a very tempting hike and sorts of management role.

Job 2: IT Consultancy with one of the Big 4 - Pros will get in depth knowledge and travel opportunities but not a great hike and to join again as team member.

My aspirations are to make a career in IT IS consultancy as well gain international experience in nascent stage of my career.

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#2 RE: Career Dilemma
11/04/2013 09:09

tom1 to rgit123 (#1)

short-term option 1.

short-term and long-term option 2.

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#3 RE: Career Dilemma
12/04/2013 17:51

marsday to rgit123 (#1)

Option 2 is the only option.

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#4 RE: Career Dilemma
12/04/2013 23:09

cloudnumbernine4u to rgit123 (#1)

Seems like Acn..! anyways...option 2 is the only option as Mars has mentioned..!! specially considering where you are in your career..

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#5 RE: Career Dilemma
13/04/2013 02:58

Hypothesis-driven to rgit123 (#1)

Option 2 is the clear winner.

Why? Because you:

- get a jump in meeting your long-term career goal of working in an IT consultancy

- increase the likelihood of travelling internationally for projects in a global Big4

Don't be seduced by the glory of a management title that comes with the other offer (especially with only 3 years experience under your belt). That's something you should worry about later down the road.

Take the Big4 role, soak up all that wonderful IT content like a sponge, and continue to hone your skills as a consultant.

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