Where to find your perfect consulting job

By James. February 18th, 2011. Posted in Your career 1 Comment »

After months of publishing articles dealing with the pros and cons of working in the consulting industry, and exposing some of the day to day challenges of the job, we thought it would be a good time to point you to some of the best resources for finding you your perfect consulting job. Whether you’re looking to break into the industry, or move from one company to somewhere more challenging this list of consulting related job sites should prove useful (they’re listed alphabetically, not in order of preference…):

We’ve added our favourite consulting job resources here, but we’re sure there are more out there. If you have a favourite that we’ve missed off the list please let us know in the comments and we’ll add your suggestions to the list for everyone to see.

This article was written by: James

James is a freelance web consultant and designer living and working in London. He specialises in User Experience and interface design for web sites and applications. Before going freelance James worked for 5 years for a large consultancy firm in London where he helped numerous start ups and large organisations improve their product's design.

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