Consulting Jobs Fairbanks AK

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TDL Professional Staffing0
(907) 455-8300
1716 University Ave.
Fairbanks, AK
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Light Industrial, Healthcare

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Boreal Pursuits
(907) 479-2879
1707 Red Fox Dr
Fairbanks, AK

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Boreal Pursuits
(907) 479-2879
1707 Red Fox Dr
Fairbanks, AK

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Bigfoot's Consultants Service
(907) 590-6740
2110 Otter Dr.
Fairbanks, AK

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Elite Employment
(907) 276-8367
1113 W Fireweed Ln
Anchorage, AK

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TDL Staffing, Inc.
(907) 455-8300
1716 University Ave S Ste 101
Fairbanks, AK
Main Industries / Positions
office clerical, industrial, health care, professional management
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, payroll

Bigfoot's Consultants Service
(907) 590-6740
2110 Otter Dr.
Fairbanks, AK

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TDL Professional Staffing0
(907) 455-8300
1716 University Ave.
Fairbanks, AK
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Light Industrial, Healthcare

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Darrell Walker Personnel
621 W Moultrie
Blytheville, AK

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TDL Professional Staffing0
(907) 455-8300
1716 University Ave.
Fairbanks, AK
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Light Industrial, Healthcare

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Can’t Find a Job? Consulting Might Be Your Calling

The nation’s economy has sent seasoned workers back to school, stay-at-home moms back to work, and those with an entrepreneurial spirit into their own businesses. In fact, independent contractors and freelance workers seem to be enjoying unlimited amounts of work now, while others are waiting in line with hundreds of applicants for a single, halfway decent job. Why? Independent contractors and freelance employees are an attractive option for employers today because they cost company’s less and they are usually more flexible to employer’s needs. Freelance workers and independent contractors handle their own health insurance, taxes, retirement, and other benefits, so employers don’t have to. As more and more companies downsize, limit or eliminate hiring altogether, and hire one person to do the work of three, they will call on independent contractors and freelance workers more and more to fill the gaps.

So, what does this have to do with consulting? Plenty. While consulting firms are not immune to the effects of the economy, they still rake in billions of dollars each year. Not only this, but many ambitious consultants have found that they can take home a bigger piece of the billion if they branch out on their own. What this means is, freelance consultants and independent contractors will have plenty of opportunities to compete for thousands of jobs in an industry that’s expected to expand by 82.8 percent by 2018.

Before you take the plunge, take inventory. There are certain skills, experience, and education that you’ll need in order to be successful in the consulting industry. Let’s start with education. Whether you’re looking for short-term projects or a long-term position with a consulting firm, you will have to provide some impressive credentials to and the account or get the job. Most companies prefer candidates with a bachelor’s degree or higher in business management consulting, marketing, accounting, engineering, economics, computer and information sciences, or business.

According to Bureau of Labor Statistics , some companies hire MBA (Master of Business Administration) students right out of college and place them in a rigorous on-site training program. The same goes for students with a master’s in a related field. For individuals interested in working freelance, as an independent contractor, or starting their own consulting business, spending a few years in the industry with a top firm is probably a good idea. This way, when its time to marketing yourself, you will have the education and experience needed to impress your potential clients.

Besides education and experience, you will need certain skills that you cannot acquire in school and others you can. For starters, advanced computer skills are a must, so during your graduate and undergraduate career, take as many computer course as you can. Next, you have to have a certain type of personality to be a successful consultant. You must be a people person, friendly and o...

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