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3.9 of 5 stars (812 Ratings)

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Midlevel in Financial Services

3.5 of 5 stars

Dallas, TX | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Good compensation, great stepping stone for accountants seeking finance work

Downers

Unpredictable lifestyle. Never knowing when a deal is going to ruin your evenings or weekends.

Pays well, but pick the right partner to work for.

3.3 of 5 stars

Experienced in Energy & Utilities | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The people, the varied opportunity

Downers

It's consulting, you have to really want to do this

Advice to Candidates

It's consulting, you have to really want to do this. You will be required to build a book of business so if marketing/socializing, selling yourself (much less the firm) is not your thing - view this as a stepping stone in your career - get Big 4 on your resume and move on.

PS there is a typo in the sentence (information YOU think would be...)

Entry-level in Health Care and/or Pharmaceuticals

3.6 of 5 stars

Dallas, TX | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Rotational program

Downers

Inconsistent culture office to office; some groups have "boys club" culture and sometimes the emphasis is on competition instead of collaboration

Advice to Candidates

Typically people group firms together as a mental exercise when they're interviewing. Unless there's a factor that's pivotal for you (e.g. KPMG deal advisory rotational associate, Olivery Wyman financial services, Deloitte federal IT in DC), it can be hard to decide which firm to sign with. If you're struggling to sort out the differences, I would tell a candidate to pick a firm where they've already identified someone who can be their mentor if they sign with the firm. That being said, consulting is known for having high turnover, so I would encourage candidates who are stuck between signing with a firm that's strong in their area of interest versus signing with a firm where they've already identified their mentor to choose practice/opportunity over people, as the form is much more concrete than the latter.

Experienced in Strategy

3.4 of 5 stars

Boston, MA | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The people and culture

Downers

Losing work to MBB

Fast growing practice, but training standards not keeping up

3.4 of 5 stars

Midlevel in Strategy | Chicago, IL | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

great people, fast growing practice

Downers

working with the management consulting team (i.e., not strategy)

Midlevel in Human Resources

3.7 of 5 stars

New York, NY | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Downers

Annual promotion process

Great culture, still improvements to be made but driving towards that

3.3 of 5 stars

Experienced | San Francisco, CA | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The people

Downers

too much travel and not enough time to spend with family

Advice to Candidates

Think about the trade off between traveling and spending time at home/ with family.

An incredible adventure, allowing me to learn, travel, and grow professionally all with the support of people I enjoy working with day-to-day.

3.7 of 5 stars

Experienced | Los Angeles, CA | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The people

Downers

The pay

Fantasitic people, but expect long hours

2.4 of 5 stars

Entry-level in Media & Telecommunications | San Jose, CA | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The stucture and consistency of organizational hierarchy

Downers

There is very little efffort made to retain good people

Disappointing – Strategy was a vision that was sold but never delivered

1.9 of 5 stars

Midlevel in Energy & Utilities | Dallas, TX | 2018 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The are dedicated to their people

Downers

The are satisfied with being second best.

Advice to Candidates

Do not come here for Strategy