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Energy Consultants

Advancement Prospects

Advancement prospects vary by employer. At large management consulting firms, for example, new hires (who are known as associates, consultants, business analysts, or fellows) begin as generalists before obtaining energy consulting experience. After three to five years, they can advance to become energy specialists at the firm, move on to boutique energy consulting firms, or work for other employers that need the services of energy consultants. Those who remain at consulting firms can advance to become managers or eventually become partners (also known as principals)—consultants who have a financial stake in their firms.

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