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Recruiting agencies

 
#1 Recruiting agencies
07/04/2005 13:54

Top 5

I was wondering: who are the top 5 recruiting agencies for individuals with 2-3 years working experience hoping to get into the consultancy industry?

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#2 Re: Recruiting agencies
07/04/2005 16:53

AM

to be honest with you, even if you might want to try to approach some of the large rec agencies like Alexander Mann or Michael Page (they all work on vacancies for junior professionals as senior ones), the best way of getting a job nowadays is to research the sector you want to be working in, find which are the main players and apply directly. Good Luck.

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#3 Re: Recruiting agencies
07/04/2005 17:04

Hardhat

You could read the report mentioned in the response to one of the previous questions on this forum (8 questions prior to yours). That gives you a respected survey of the top agencies in the consulting industry. Each has a site and you can then get an idea if any of these can help you to achieve your ambitions or you might want to phone them and ask.

However at any level of experience you would be unwise not to consider other channels. Many consultancies might prefer you to consider other routes in (ie. graduate training entry direct from their site, or you could consider trying to get a support role first in a consultancy, before making an internal move into a consulting role if your work experience is relevant to their support roles.)

Good luck - it's a bit like a brick wall getting in - go under it, round it or ask for help to get over it - but avoid going through it head first!

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#4 Free report on this very subject
07/04/2005 17:42

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

If you go to the following page you'll find our 2005 Recruitment Channel report, which is based on survey data from over 4000 management consultancy candidates - all readers of Top-Consultant.com

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One of the charts is a ranking of the top recruitment firms as rated by candidates:

<a href=http://www.top-consultant.com/recruitment_report.asp>http://www.top-consultant.com/recruitment_report.asp</a>

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Hope this proves useful

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