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At CRA, you’ll be exposed to leading minds who use economic, financial, and business analysis to solve complex problems. Through a collegial environment, formal and informal training opportunities, and a broad array of professional development resources, the CRA experience opens doors. Hear from current employees about the work experience—from why they chose CRA, including the training and mentorship opportunities, to how CRA has grown their careers.

A guide to CRA’s NYC office

Welcome to the Big Apple! 

CRA’s Manhattan office sits in the heart of Times Square at 1411 Broadway. With such a central location, our office is easily accessible by foot, train, bus, and even car (if you’re ambitious enough). Though most of our NYC employees live in the city, some also reside in the nearby boroughs and suburbs of Brooklyn, Hoboken, and Westchester.  Read more >

How to be a great consultant

Starting your first job can be both exciting and daunting. While we can’t give you all the secrets about the consulting world – as many you’ll have to learn about while on the job – we can share some advice to help you become a great consultant. These tips were compiled by employees who joined CRA direct from school and know how it feels to be the newbie. 

Basic tips for success Read more >

A guide to CRA’s London office

Welcome to London! 

Currently, about 140 people sit in CRA’s London office. Among the consulting practices represented in London are Antitrust & Competition Economics, Energy, Financial Economics, Forensic Services, Life Sciences, Marakon, and Risk, Investigations & Analytics. The office is full of friendly people who are happy to help with anything you may need.  Read more >

Congratulations, you’re hired! Now what?

What to do between the offer and the first day

 

The offer letter swam in and out of focus. I had been staring at my laptop screen for the past hour, reading eleven pages of terms and conditions for the umpteenth time. I could only think of my grandmother’s famous Thanksgiving stuffing. The smell of it –  rich, slightly nutty, full of seasonings –  wafted under my nose. Finally, after careful deliberation, I followed my heart (and my stomach.) I hit “Send” and officially accepted an Analyst position at Charles River Associates. Read more >

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