15 Years in the Life of the Young Professional


Most firms get decent marks for providing a reasonably clear and attractive career model for their people -- folks know what the rungs on the ladder look like and what they need to do to climb it. They also offer an appealing, if often undifferentiated, value proposition to their employees that embodies what professionals receive in return for staying and contributing. Firms that get both these things right will have a reasonably good outcome in attracting, training and retaining the professionals they need to succeed.

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