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after big four MC?

 
#1 after big four MC?
09/05/2013 23:15

tb2013

What are the typical destinations for a management consultant post a big four firm? It seems to me that many people just rotate between the firms and the big four are quite happy to recruit on this basis.

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#2 RE: after big four MC?
10/05/2013 04:05

Hypothesis-driven to tb2013 (#1)

It would help if the question was a bit more specific.

What cohort level are you speaking about? (i.e. partner, manager, consultant, etc)

What practice area / functional specialization?

At more senior levels, the exit options become more interesting. At junior levels, not so much.

On the whole though, you're right. There is a revolving door of floaters. The talent grade is mostly similar so it makes sense to get into the poaching game to beef up critical mass and increase billings.

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