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Big 4 (permanent) or IB (contracting) ?

 
#1 Big 4 (permanent) or IB (contracting) ?
26/01/2014 13:59

LouiseBourgeois

Hi everyone,

This is my first time posting here. I've been following this forum for months and found a lot of useful info, so thanks in advance for your help.

Here is my dilemma:

A couple of months ago, I decided to start contracting and found my first contract: 6 months contract with an IB, good rate, interesting job. I would say yes without any hesitation, except that I'm also hoping for an offer from a big 4 (permanent position).

The recruitment process with the big4 has started a long time ago (before I decided to go contracting) and everything has been extremely slow.

If it was another consultancy, I wouldn't bother and stay with my decision to become a freelance.

But I've always wanted to work for that specific big 4, and I can really see myself working with the people I met.

Also, the job is exactly what I would want to do in a consultancy, level is senior manager. I haven't received any offer yet. I don't expect the salary to be amazing, but I think it's not all about money.... Potential for career progression, networking opportunities, interesting clients and projects...

Since I haven't received any offer yet, I may just be speculating and wasting my/your time...

Any advice would be highly appreciated.

Thanks.

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