My first 60+ hour week... keep telling myself I am privileged to work hard, that others would grasp this opportunity in a heartbeat, that I should be thankful... but still worried about burnout...
What does UX do at a healthcare-focused digital agency? Particularly looking at a position at Digitas Health. Is it just like information architecture for pharma sites? Or is it more innovative?
Exploring other agencies, can anyone share their experience at Biolumina, Klick, and/or Heartbeat. Thanks in advance!
Anyone familiar with Publicis Health? I’m being recruited for a VP position but upon checking online VP salaries there, they are around $150-170k. What is a VP there if the salaries are so low?
Friendly Reminder: Never trick yourself into feeling indebted towards an employer. They will fire you in a heartbeat, and only want to profit off of your labor. Always prioritize yourself over a job.
I'm going help someone's decision today lol. If you're looking at joining Guidehouse, don't do it just for the money! I would take back my old job and salary in a heartbeat. (Senior Associate level)
I think work stress is finally catching up with me, started a really difficult project and my heartbeat is off the charts all the time! Maybe time to retire my travel boots and take an industry job😓