Effective altruism organizations are often constrained by the difficulty of accessing talented specialists when their needs fluctuate too rapidly to justify a new hire. Effective altruism consultancies have been proposed as a partial solution to this
problem (Muehlhauser 2021). People capable of doing temporary work for a variety of organizations could be permanently employed by such consultancies. Possible examples of effective altruism consultancies include Rethink Priorities, Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative and Good Growth. Muehlhauser, Luke (2021) EA needs consultancies , Effective Altruism Forum , June 28.