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Choosing the right project?

 
#1 Choosing the right project?
14/11/2014 05:37

NewbieNoob

You know when a good problem is good, but still a problem? That's where I am at.

I recently joined a large consulting firm, and after waiting to be 100% staffed on my first big boy project after college, I finally started getting responses from project managers. The only issue is, now I have 4 project offers, each with different timelines and styles.

P1. Technical, 2 months

P2. Technical, 3-6 months

P3. Technical, 4 months

P4. Non-Technical Management Consulting, 2 years.

The non-technical project is actually something I'm very interested in due to the natural of the work. However, I've been cautioned by a friend in technical work (but not consulting) that doing so would hurt my future technical prospects.

I've only been in the consulting world for 3 months. Could some seasonal IT and non-IT consultants give me some advice?

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#2 RE: Choosing the right project?
04/12/2014 07:33

RockyMark to NewbieNoob (#1)

It totally depends on you whether you want do the career in technical or non-technical. One thing is definitely true that your experience will be counted on that particular field only, means if you do choose technical field then your experience will be counted in technical field or if you choose non-technical then your experience will be counted in non technical. So in long term it would be difficult for you to switch from one field to another field.

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