NERA Economic Consulting Review Data
14 total review submissions
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Securities||-Work can sometimes be genuinely interesting. NERA trusts…||-When you come to NERA Securities, you draw a lottery…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Antitrust||Great company! Good environment for learning. Coworkers are…||Very different from management consulting. Exit options are…|
|2018||Research Associate||New York||N/A||Pros depend on group. Good people and the work in typically…||Chunky work. You can go weeks without work and then a lot…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||The people are very bright and intellectual. Working with…||Very unpredictable hours, pays less than management…|
|2019||Intern||White Plains||Antitrust||Great people and great team. Values diversity. Friendly to…||Workflow for interns varies by group. Some groups keep the…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Economic Consulting||Great company culture, and everyone is being very helpful…||NERA is still considered a boutique consulting firm…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||Good work life balance|
Learn a lot
|Work gets repetitive.|
Tedious data cleaning.
|2019||Research Associate||New York||Securities||Definitely know their stuff|
Really smart people…
|People can be socially awkward, but they are able to…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Washington||N/A||High-level engagements. Really get exposed to detailed…||Unless your interested in economics research, this work can…|
|2018||Intern||New York||Generalist||Good projects and assignments. Great office with good…||Culture and experience very dependent on group assignment.…|
|2015||3rd+ Year Analyst||New York||Antitrust||Opportunities for professional development very good at…||Hours are sometimes very long; NERA practice groups are…|
|2010||3rd+ Year Analyst||New York||Energy||Culture is great. Everyone is smart (most senior people…||Work in some groups is repetitive/boring. Ask some NERA…|
|2010||Intern||Washington||Antitrust||Good exposure to a wide variety of projects and ability to…||Lots of hierarchy. Need a PhD in economics to advance to…|
|2010||3rd+ Year Analyst||New York||Energy||Comp is great considering the hours, especially in light of…||I really didn't dislike much about the place. People…|
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