I haven't seen a comprehensive comparison of MBB from searching (my apologies if this has been done and I just can't find it).
There's obviously a lot of knowledge on this forum, can you guys help me understand how MBB stack up against one another? Also, how are Booz (not BAH) and Delloitte similar/different? How big of a step down from MBB are they?
I ask this through the lens of someone who is fortunate enough to be interviewing with some of these firms, and I would like to get a better understanding of how they compare if I am fortunate enough to get multiple offers as well as just a deeper understanding to help me ask better questions of the consultants I'm meeting.
1) Internal: How does life differ at each? Hours, compensation, culture, coworkers, etc... Also, which is best/worst to make along term career out of?
2) External: How are the firms perceived from the outside by those in the know? How does this translate to exit opportunities?
3) Nature of work: Do the types of clients/mix of work differ greatly? Does exposure to different types of work also differ?
Thanks in advance for any insight you guys can offer!
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