Is it better to start a career in Procter and Gamble or a top management consulting company?
I am looking for a 2/3 years job where I can learn a lot, make strong experience and build a very good resume. My target is to be accepted in one of the top 5 MBA programs in 2/3 years. Currently I have an offer in Procter and Gamble (engineering) but I was considering to apply for a top management consulting company as well. What do you think? Thank you I have been already offered a job at a management consulting company
Asked By: delnero - 3/9/2008
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P&G Typically hires from within, and usually only hires people from the outside that already possess a MBA. Most company's look for someone with longevity, not someone hopping from job to job every 2 - 3 years. It's uncommon to make a big name for yourself in only 2 years. These things take a time and dedication. Good... More
Answered By: chelseiann - 3/9/2008
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If you can gain employment in a top MC firm - that would be preferable. The top firms are McKinsey, Bain & Boston Consulting... More
Answered By: Delphic Oracle - 3/9/2008
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