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The future of consulting — Job cuts at banks continue — Meet @MrsDowJones


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The future of consulting

Management consulting is a massive industry that has plenty of close ties to Wall Street.

This year has been tough for the space, with the market declining from $160 billion to $132 billion due to decreased client demand, according to Statista.

Weng Cheong spoke to insiders at some of the biggest firms in the industry to get a sense of what to expect going forward.  

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A day in the life of @MrsDowJones, an Instagram finfluencer with 162,000 followers who calls herself a ‘financial pop star’ and wants to make managing your own money fun

Here’s a fun one from Reed Alexander. Take a step inside the shoes of Instagram ‘finfluencer’ @MrsDowJones. This 29-year-old wants to help millennials and Gen Z’ers improve their financial literacy via entertaining videos and memes. Check out what a day in her life is like.

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