Articles and Interviews about Consulting

Experts who give professional advice or services are called consultants, and they can work in a variety of fields, like management, logistics, marketing, etc. To become a consultant, professionals need to have studied a profession, industry, or field and worked in high-level roles to acquire the experience necessary to help other businesses improve their results in the field they deem necessary. Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics does not specify consulting in their Occupational Outlook Handbook, prospects for professionals interested in working as a consultant appears to be positive because of the increasing level of specialization and competition in different industries and the need to cut back on costs. Although consultants may work for a consulting firm, they do not work for regular businesses because of the nature of the job they do: they figure out what problems need to be addressed and provide possible solutions. So we interview professionals with a proven track record in consulting to provide useful information that will educate and empower others.