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I worked at Boston Consulting Group full-time (More than 3 years)
* Colleagues (peers, partners, younger consultants and support staff) are in general fantastic people. Both a pleasure and a stimulation to work with them * Good compensation * Outstanding learning experience (unless you're really unlucky)
* Demanding work, both in terms of hours and in terms of standards * (often) a lot of travels * Pressure
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Great place to work. Internal politics surface here and there occasionally, fortunately not too often. It should continue to be kept minimal
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Boston Consulting Group (San Francisco, CA).
Applied through on-campus recruiting (OCR). First-round interviews are usually given by Consultants and Project Leaders. These interviews typically test the structure of your thinking and your ability to analyze data and tease out implications. Decision-round interviews are usually given by Principals and Partners. These interviews typically test your presence and creativity.
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