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Analyst (Strategy Consulting) – easy apply

Altman Vilandrie & Company Boston, MA

Analysts at Altman Vilandrie & Co. (AV&Co.) are involved in every aspect of our consulting practice. Our analysts build financial and market demand… Altman Vilandrie & Company


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    Hard work and little balance for the bottom 80%, but very well compensated, great culture, and meritocracy.

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    Former Employee - Consultant  in  Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Consultant in Boston, MA

    I worked at Altman Vilandrie & Company full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    True meritocracy where you'll get paid & promoted according to the quality and quantity of work you complete. Lots of responsibility available to you to take on as you please. If you are labeled as a "superstar" you'll be fast tracked into the inner circle.

    Cons

    Seems to be all or nothing in terms of lifestyle. Either you go full burn and reap all the rewards or try to maintain balance and be pushed to the periphery. Doubt the firm will continue to grow much more than ~100-200 FTE, since the model doesn't scale with much efficiency and has started to show disefficiencies of scale. Limited growth means promotions will become slower and reaching the top 20% near impossible.

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    The more analytical/big data the project the less you can treat it like the strategy consulting engagements you're used to. This is a new industry and others are doing it better with happier employees because they aren't tied to "business as usual".

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