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How to get in

 
#1 How to get in
29/03/2005 22:38

Jay

I have a degree in Economics and have spent the past three years working in the NHS as an economist. I want to move into management consulting. Any advice on how to do this? Should I go through recruitment agencies or approach firms directly?

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#2 Re: How to get in
30/03/2005 13:54

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I reckon you should use the agencies for CV advice/application tips/expected salary, etc, then apply directly to the firms you're interested in. Don't use the middle man if you don't need to. Good luck.

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#3 Re: How to get in
30/03/2005 14:07

Consulting

Agreed. Go to an agency just to learn about the current market environment. Consulting firms usually hire directly rather than go through agencies. I would suggest you contact the HR of each consulting firm directly. Show initiative and enthusiasm and you'll be fine!

Good Luck

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#4 Re: How to get in
24/04/2005 03:27

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The best way to jump the queque and maximise the chance of success is to be recommended to the firm by a current employee. I have contacts in all the big four consultancies so if you need help in this area, let me know.

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