I worked at STAT Revenue full-time (Less than a year)
I learned everything I needed to know about working in a professional, client-facing role, about clear and concise communication, and developing a more analytical mindset. It really set the tone for how I'd develop in later positions. The work environment was casual and congenial, and there were opportunities to develop in areas that interested the particular individual (e.g. recruiting, training, business development, etc.)
The work could be repetitive, but what job doesn't have some repetitive responsibilities. Client engagements were often high pressure situations that required a lot of practice and preparation and might be stressful for some.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at STAT Revenue (Berkeley, CA) in October 2017.
The interview was a positive experience and was fair. I applied through my university and got a first-round interview that was held at the university's career center. I interviewed with a Manager at the company, who was very clear and explained a lot about what STAT Revenue does and what the role of Associate Consultant looks like.
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