Where the jobs are—in management consulting

Magement consultant solving a problem

To find a job in this hot industry, it helps to be armed with a college degree from an Ivy League school or other top-tier college. Your degree can be from almost any discipline. However, degrees most in demand for management consulting are in business, economics, finance, mathematics, science, and engineering.

The reason you need a diploma in management consulting is due to the nature of the job. Consultants are hired to improve a business or department. In this role, you’d analyze that business and make recommendations to management.

But management consulting is more than just making studies and giving advice. Your resume must reflect experience as a team leader or member. You must also be able to demonstrate excellent oral and written communications skills in order to express your ideas and to write proposals and recommendations. Employers also look candidates who are innovate, can work under pressure, offer analytical skills, along with abilities to solve problems and plan.

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About the Author

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RANDY PLACE IS A JOB-FINDING and executive coach, writer on career topics, broadcaster, and host of yourcareerservice.com. For twenty-three years, he helped thousands of employees who had been let go from JPMorgan Chase find jobs. And he coached executives at CBS Television, Pitney Bowes, and major outplacement firms in New York on job-finding techniques, communications skills, and selling strategies. An accomplished seminar leader and speaker, Randy has designed and presented workshops on interviewing, telephoning techniques, job-search writing, and sales training nationwide. Randy's groundbreaking nationally syndicated radio series, Your Career Service, has been heard on over two hundred radio stations across the United States. And his articles on career topics have appeared in the Wall Street Journal's National Business Employment Weekly. A former broadcast journalist in New York, he has also been a commercial spokesperson for an array of national and regional advertisers. In addition, Randy was a sales executive at NBC Radio and the New York City sales manager for syndication at Wolper Productions. He holds a Bachelor's in Sociology and Broadcasting from Syracuse University, and a Master's in Journalism from New York University.