If you (still) love consulting (there are many reasons to love it & to want to stick around), you might want to navigate to a different article now. But if you’ve decided you are ready to make an exit, read on. Most employers hire consultants with up to 2 years’ experience most easily. If you aren’t in consulting for the love of the job, after 2 years it’s best to look for some industry experience. Leaving after 3-4 years is much harder as your salary in consulting won’t match pay levels in industry.
If you’re contemplating on leaving consulting we have a number of articles based on insight, stats, and advice that you can find below:
An event was hosted my Natwest called Growing inclusive leadership in Tech. The topic addressed was ‘Key ways to create a positive company culture’
We had the pleasure to co-organise a roundtable breakfast discussion with Learnitect. The topic for the day – Recruiting and Empowering Top Performers
On Thursday 28th September, movemeon and On Purpose hosted an event for consultants and ex-consultants interested in building socially impactful careers. We were joined by Parita Doshi, Seigo Robinson, Sophie Runcorn and Jeroen Sabbe. These are 5 of the evening’s top tips