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New to consulting

 
#1 New to consulting
28/05/2005 01:22

Mark

Hi!

I am 27, I have three and a half years of fulltime experience (mostly doing IT related work on Wall Street), and two years of co-op/intern experience. I graduated from a top CS school in Canada. (Waterloo)

I am looking for some more work variety, some European travel, and being challenged in new ways - thus I am thinking of consulting for a while. An ideal job I have identified so far would be working for Accenture GACT in Sophia Antipolis as a junior consultant. (I am an EU citizen) My only fear is its reputation for low pay -- not so much because of the money, but because it may indicating it is looking for lower quality people.

Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I am totally new to the consulting business, but I am concerned about getting my job next move to be done right. If there are any pointers for further research, more info, it would be much appreciated!

Mark

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