Interviewing for an internal audit associate role at a large oil company in Houston. I have a year and 2 months of Big 4 audit experience and a year of internship experience. What is a fair salary for me to ask for?
Hi everyone, I am looking for audit associate position in Bay Area. I have two years related experiences and CPA license. If anyone can refer me, I will really appreciate it !
Im a third yr audit associate trying to find a FP&A role in the DC metro area. I have no idea what salary I should be negotiating for. Help!
Is an audit analyst position step down from a experienced audit associate? Have 2 years in PA - 1 more year before promotion ... not sure if i should wait it out for possibly better opportunities..
Does anyone know the difference between audit associate and audit assistant at Deloitte? Looking to make some hiring decisions.
Would you recommend switching to big 4 for a year or two as a senior audit associate in order to land a more prominent position in industry? Or is it not necessary?
Currently working as a senior audit associate at a large regional firm in nyc. Just received an offer for a fund accounting position at a mid size nyc hedge fund. Pay is significantly better- should
What do you guys think is the best type of exit opportunity for a financial services Audit Associate? Is Fund Accounting my fate?
Finished my 1st year, don't like my client and looking to transfer to another B4 as audit associate. Is it easy? I looked on other B4 website but don't see any position opening.
Growing, regional Houston firm hiring audit associate. Willing to split 5k signing bonus! Salary starts at 58k, more considering experience
Accepted a position starting mid-April. Trying to decide when I should I put in my notice. Hmm...how nice should I be? 🤔
Anyone heard of Biovid? A recruiter reached out to me about a SC position there but have never heard of the place. Looks super small from my initial research. Thanks FB fam!
INTP here with 5+ years in consulting. For my personality type, I should have been in a lab or writing code somewhere with minimal interaction but I am have been out here “managing stakeholders and sucking up to demon partners/clients“. Should I stay or should I go get my masters in computer science/data science so that I would get to do what I am really comfortable with? Will not get to be in a leadership role in future it I think that’s okay..
I’ve only been working for 8 months but I really hate it, I know everyone says you shouldn’t leave before making senior but has anyone else jumped before a S.postion? What kind of exit opportunities?
Hey all, 2 year Associate looking to exit mbb to join an early stage startup. 2 questions: 1. Does the type of work I do at the mbb matter? Should I select projects that could have similar work to startups? 2. Can I exit now or should I try and make manager over the next year to maximize my exit?
My dad is a scientist looking to transition into technology consulting at BAH. Any advice on the application/hiring process?
125% Utilization and 7th position from top right in Q3 scatter plot. I am in Advisory (joined in Aug 2015) primarily concentrating in FSI. Chances of promotion from C -> SC?
Hey Fish! Revery, a boutique agency/production co in Portland is hiring for a new Sr Creative Producer. Check out our site at revery.is and message me if you’re interested!
What would make you take a chance on someone for a role? I have a strong reputation within my network, but I'm trying to get staffed in an area outside it. (From SAP to digital native technologies)
Hey A&M 🐠s, I want to apply for the role of Senior Associate. Happy to share details about my experience. Please DM me if you can provide a referral. Thanks very much 🙏❤️
Left PA as a senior 3 to go to industry in a financial reporting role. Been here two years and just feel bored. Could I get hired into advisory roles as a manager 1?
Looking to exit into product management in industry. Currently working on ERPs for 3+ years. What steps should I be taking to get closer to my goal?
🐠 fam, looking for some advice. Currently an SC making 100k. I have been acting as Manager on all of my engagements for the past year; identifying new sale oppy's, leading pursuits, getting follow-on work signed, etc. Have very consistent feedback from my clients about the quality of my work, some even bluntly asking "why aren't you a Manager yet"... all consultants are underpaid, so I know I'll just go play my little 🎻 ... but really, I'm not being compensated for the role I'm filling [cont]
I just got offered a position as an art director intern for yellow shoes in Glendale, CA. Can anyone tell me what it’s like? Not just the job but the area as well? I’m currently in Michigan
If teachers are now deemed as "essential workers" does that mean that they can no longer take leave if they or a loved one get sick?
Post your inspirational and positive stories here. So much bad news, we need some examples of people doing the right thing. I’ll start: https://www.wellesleybooks.com/
Ever get back to the hotel room and just want to cry but need to get work done? So you earmark crying for later.
Im starting in a new industry role in Corp Strategy. Feeling really anxious because I'm not familiar with the industry and never worked on strategy before. Any tips on how to succeed?
So what’s the new number that every will say will cause the bubble to burst (but won’t actually happen)?
Trigger warning: abusive relationship ISO advice on addressing a (very) bad undergrad year due to abuse in personal essay. I’m taking on my MBA as I was laid off due to COVID-19 and the market is tight out there right now. One thing that’s always held me back is that I had a horrible senior year, which killed my otherwise stellar GPA. I was in a dangerous abusive relationship that year and was lucky to even make it out. I did graduate and now, 10 yrs later, I have a strong resume behind me.
What is the average experienced Manager salary for the Financial Services Deals / DDV practice at PwC?
Not saying that United is wrong or break any rules/laws/contract. Hell, they were right by the rule book both times. Could have handled the situation better/friendlier/more compassionate though.
Question for you sales and saas guys￼. I work for a fast growing startup and we are billing around 200 K a month. I am in charge of the sales team and our CFO mandates that we collect ACH payment information on every agreement. The problem with this is we have to reel in micro deposit amounts from customers and it feels like herding cats.￼ I’ve worked for three great tech companies and I’ve never had ACH nor have I ever paid for services with ACH.￼ Is this a totally dated process?￼
I am doing a challenge with United and will be short by 1 segment to maintain the status. Is it possible for United to extend my challenge deadline?
Really getting tired of the travel lifestyle and I'm only a year and a half in...really trying to convince myself to stick out till year 2. How long did u last before u began considering quitting?