I posted this in the job forum as well but I was wondering if I could get any input from anyone here as well:
For someone from a non target school entering fall recruitment, which position has better exit opportunities? D&T's ers business risk practice (not tech risk) or DC's project controller group. From what I known the ERS practice does a lot of controls testing and sox compliance, and then comes up with risk mgmt plans; seems to be process oriented. The project controller serves a controller function, creating budgets for the firm's consulting projects, does some modeling for the project and budget, and invoices the client. Which position has better exit ops to either banking or mgmt consulting, or a top b-school if necessary? Are there any clear paths to any of the 3 exit opps?