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I know there are other topics like this already but somehow i feel this topic gets strayed on to different areas of discussion. I am really interested in knowing the workculture, type of work, work pressure, remuneration, skillsets of working in a financial domain consultancy or a parent financial company like techspan, morgan stanley etc. What is the scope of growth, how well do and can they pay etc.
I am seriously considering moving out of my current software services sector for the lack of challenges and scope of growth in terms of making a difference to a companies bottomline and hence the less pay.
I would be grateful for your feedbacks.
Thanking you,
A troubled soul
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