A lot of convo on here stems around jumping around for salary. What is something that would inspire you to stay at your firm outside of comp?
This year I finally reached a 6-figure salary, and I'm 25 years old. I've already spent 2 years at a FANG company. When talking to my mom about my career, she told me $100k isn't THAT much money(cont)
How many people here actually make above $200k with bonus? Just curious because I see ridiculous salaries on here.
Just got laid off. Client asked me to start a LLC and she will pay me directly. Project is 2.5x my base salary. Seems like no brainer? What am I missing?
a recruiter reached out asking if I was interested in an accounting role with a 60k salary (I have 5 YoE). anyone have any similar clueless recruiter stories?
24 with a salary of 74k, but expecting to make $600k this year off a successful investment. Thinking I could keep working until 30 then call it quits, or should I leave firm this year and “retire”??
What was your salary when you first made a "luxury splurge"? Getting paid 95k but finding it hard to justify items like a Canada Goose coat or a Rimowa suitcase.
RANT: Today I was told of my new compensation for this year. 1.5% raise from last year. Inflation is 1.85%. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
Bonus talk today -$500 raise, $150 bonus I cannot make this shit up. Started in late July And was told by the recruiter before I signed paperwork that I should expect a min of 3.5% raise and 2K bonus
Got a bonus that I wasn’t expecting or planning for. I’ll save the majority, but want to treat myself a little. What’s something you’ve done with a bonus purely for your frivolous enjoyment?
How wrong is it to have signed an offer but later withdraw before started and go to another firm? I got a late offer with much better salary and industry but feeling bad for terminating the first.
Does anyone here have a side hussle? What do you do? Salary isn't cutting it and I'm not in a position to change jobs right now. I need to save money this year and could use the extra $$
I am underpaid & meeting with my leadership to request increasing salary to market level. I plan to leave if no action is taken. How do I put my case without sounding rude or coming it as a threat?
60k of Student loans has been paid off in 4 years living in New York. Salary has more than doubled since the debt was accumulated. Where do I invest this new source of income?
Can someone with experience explain the differences for the lifestyle, exit ops, and compensation for tech product management and MBB post mba?
Anyone did an executive MBA program mid career and benefited from it? If so, what program and what’s your before/after career and comp?
We should start a bowl just for validation of salary / not-so-secret-flex posts. I know there’s one for compensation, but this is a very specific genre of posts 🤣
How can I justify job hopping twice after not even 2 years out of university when both times the jobs offered me almost double in compensation?
A thought: the real “opportunity cost” of an MBA isn’t the total amount of money you would make in those two years, but how much of your salary you would have saved at the end of those two years...
Folks, Any ideas on the KPIs and measurement criterion for a presales and bid support team? Trying to fix an bonus plan for this team.
What % of your in-hand salary do you typically aim to save? What is your favourite method of investing?
Have an offer for 500k upfront to buy out my startup with 20% equity reserved for my shareholders. They are also offering me 150k base salary for Business development lead in the new co.
Where could I find a source for trusted salary and total compensation information? I need to find salary/total comp for a help desk person in Monterrey, Mexico and Hyperbad, India.
If one is planning to move from consulting to independent consulting, what is a good way of calculating how much one should make to have a comparable salary? Cont.
Interviewing with a small boutique firm right now. They just assigned me a 5 page essay due in 7 days for the next round. Is asking for total comp range for the position now OK?
If you only had to work 35-40 hrs a wk for next 5 yrs (no travel), what avg annual total comp would you take and feel comfortable with? Assume otherwise you stay on current comp trajectory and hours
struggling to find a career/role outside of consulting thats challenging and has standard hours 9-6. Anyone struggling with this? What careers have you shifted to that have decent comp and good hours?