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Unformatted text preview: tion activity, the firm keeps its profile up through the release of studies and reports, and the publication of articles, periodicals and books27. Lifestyle, Travel, & Compensation According to Vault survey respondents, it is easy to put in “60‐hour weeks when staffed and 50‐
hour weeks when working on an internal project”. In addition, Oliver Wyman espouses a truly integrated global workforce, where consultants from around the world are routinely brought in to provide the best value to the customer28. This leads to intensive travel schedules. Generally speaking, projects require four days per week of travel, usually concentrated early in the week. Insiders say that there is “lit...
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