Deciding between offers from Accenture consulting for the consulting analyst role (not tech consulting) and from life sciences boutique out of undergrad.
My main concern I guess is exit ops/valued skill set. For Accenture obviously would be working on more process improvement, implementation type projects but I guess would work across diverse set of industries potentially and would be working in large firm/more travel/traditional consulting role. I don't know how strong their exits are for MBA, curious to know if anyone has any insight. Obv not MBB quality but are they sending people to HWS or M7
Then compare that with life sciences firm which is, at least from what i think, more prestigious in that its strategy, but also limited to purely life sciences and I don't know if I want to do that long term (or at least don't want to commit to it right now). Does have better exits I feel to mba, but less travel, smaller
Minor things: Accenture is NY v. life sciences is Boston, pay I feel for accenture is higher but life sciences not far behind
Just interesting to know if anyone has any more insight into Accenture consulting as well as if life sciences firm is really more prestigious and if its worth it to take over Accenture