Hey guys, I've got a question about consulting.
I've always been interested in strategy consulting but have been deterred by the work/life balance that the career entails.
I am starting a career in corporate finance at a F500 in June and will be part of a finance and accounting rotational program. My undergrad is in Finance.
An MBA is something that I want to do, and fully plan on going back to get in 2-4 years. My favorite school is Ross, as I have grown up a UM fan, but I would also be interested in Kellogg and others as I am from the suburbs of Chicago.
Now to get to my question. How is the career outlook for post-MBA positions in consulting? I am interested in the work/life balance, career projectory, compensation, etc. If I could get info about the MBB firms, as well as second tier firms such as Deloitte that would be great. My hope is that the balance will be much better in a higher position, although I do not know what position post-MBA people typically go into.