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Any ISSOs here?

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Feeling a little down. Show me photos of your pets? Would appreciate it. :)


Last year, My girlfriend was making 80k while I was making 200k so I took her out to dinners and took care of the groceries etc. Basically made sure it’s an equitable relationship. She got a new job this year and is now making 210k (more than me) but still expects me to pay for all the dinners and groceries. I’ve already talked to her about this but just resulted in argument. Is there any coming back from this situation to make this equitable relationship or is break up the only option here?


Actual, genuine advice requested - no trolls please. Client is insisting coming back to my hotel room. I want to keep things professional and have a gf. After a drunken dinner: advice please?


It’s odd that America is considered a rich country. The median individual income is only ~$32,000/yr. I understand that’s a lot more than most countries, but it’s a far cry from rich.


Is “hey guys” not applicable to both genders?


Just curious, what’s everyone’s salary progression been like since you’ve started working?


What is everyone’s WFH coffee routine? Are you a 2-pots-of-coffee person? Or are you on the ~fancier~ side with multiple methods of making it depending on mood?


If gyms opened in June, would you go?


I am sick and tired to death but afraid to leave consulting because an industry job will not be perceived by other people as cool as consulting


Not sure how consulting firms expect to retain talent out of undergrad if they barely raise pay. Left consulting after 1 year, end of 2nd year and I’m at 180k comp now with friends at D and PWC barely hitting 85. I know seniors at D not even making 100k


What is something you wish you should have known earlier, that would have helped you even more with your career and may have gotten you where you are now, faster? (e.g., Making a name of yourself in the company, getting promotions, salary increases, building good relationships with clients/leadership etc)


Three-word horror story.


Are you one of the most successful of your friend group, least successful, or somewhere in the middle?


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Turned 26. Which also means it's been 4 years since I finished undergrad. Buddy just finished dental school over that 4 years. Starting salary 180k. 9-5. I picked the wrong career.


Are people usually depressed and not happy living in the South compared with east & west coast?


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