Did you learn more in PE or consulting?
For context, I will be starting full-time in banking next summer. I am interested in PE but am trying to make a more informed choice on what I want to do in 2-3 years, rather than going with the crowd and jumping into recruiting without much thought.
For those who have worked in both PE and consulting, in which did you feel you learned and developed the most skills that would be pertinent to pursuing entrepreneurship, a strategy role, or just general business acumen?
Alternatively, could those same skills be attained by staying in banking?
For purposes of this discussion, forget about money, hours, preftige, all of it. I'm simply wondering about the long-term value of what you learn in each of these careers.