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Joining a consultant firm can be a great way to build a career in the industry, while gaining access to a diverse workload and a plethora of training opportunities. After a few years of honing specialist knowledge and building a reputation within their field of choice, however, some consultants can tire of the daily grind in an established office, and instead choose to strike out alone.
According to Comatch, a professional services network which helps link clients with top independent consulting talent, there are a range of benefits felt by professionals who decide to go into business for themselves. A recent survey of independents across the UK found that those who exited the security of life at a firm did not miss it much, instead revelling in their freedom to self-manage their work-life balance, workload, projects and level of travel – not to mention improving their income.
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