Risk Advisory role at Big4

I am talking to HR for risk advisory role at Big 4. Does anyone know what kind of jobs (exit strategy) this would lead to say after 4-5 years?

Is it just me or is no one here working in a job they want to be in? It seems like every role is a path to something else (and not just a more senior position in that field).

Weird stuff.

My current job is just a stepping stone to astronaut-pornstar-philanthropist. There are just two more steps in my concrete plan.

I’m in the field I want to be in, positioning myself for the corner office in a few years.

Not everyone can get a job that he likes. With risk advisory role, travelling comes and I think not everyone can travel 3 days a week for the rest of their lives so want to know exit opportunity.

There’s no way anyone will have the time or willingness to post here if they had their dream job.

I don’t know what my dream job is. As for my current role, I’m happy in it, I enjoy going to work in the morning. But I also know I don’t want to do it for the next 5 years, let alone the rest of my career.

word. Me too. Just maybe not at the exact company I want to be in for ever and ever.

If I can convince them to upgrade their technology and processes, and let me do investments, then I’m set for life.

pupdawg, what are you doing now

Proj Mgmt (Market Risk) type of a role at a asset management firm.

HAHAHA, i was thinking about the same.

While it is nice to think proactively and have a progression in the career, but is it really necessary to think of exit strategy BEFORE you even get the job?

I think working in advisory for a big 4 firm is already a career path, i mean, there will be many opportunities present to you internally and/or externally.

But if you don’t actually enjoy being in that role and does not inspire you, then you are likely to not perform well enough to be recognized for something bigger.