How do you get over the anxiety of potentially picking the wrong next job? I’ve always felt like I made the wrong career decisions in adulthood (e.g., not taking up computer science in undergrad, the consulting offer I picked after undergrad was in a low growth area, the second job I picked ended up having a terrible manager). As I get closer to finishing interviews and getting offers, I dread trying to figure out where to go because I’m sure I’m going to pick the wrong thing.
Have my first interview out of three tomorrow at PwC for Talent ID associate any tips are welcomed ☺️☺️
What are the interview questions asked for a lead business analyst at legato healthcare? Is the company good enough? Any insights?
Spent three weeks and five interviews (two of which were cases) with a company only to be told via email I didn’t have the years experience. Burnt out from work. Burnt out from the job search. Idk what to do.
Should I remove my education date range from my resume ? I’s a bachelors degree from a decent school (non - ivy). I have 5 YOE and just made manager. I want to begin applying to other jobs but don’t want my age (27) hurt me when applying. It becomes evident when they see I graduated undergrad in 2015.
How do I not feel bad that I’m interviewing at another firm? I haven’t told my manager or team anything, and I really like them and don’t want to leave them hanging, so it feels like I’m betraying their trust. I know that I’ll have to at some point. Any advice?
How long does it take to get a call back/Feedback after interviewing with Director/Partner at PWC?!? It’s been a week for me so far?
Is there anyone at JPMorgan Chase that works in the Global Real Estate division or have a colleague who does? I was curious to know what the interview process was like for you and to possibly connect.
When interviewing at a former client, is it cool to acknowledge that you’ve worked with them before? If so, can you go into detail about the work?
Has anyone successfully negotiated their offer? I want to see if they could give me 5k more but I don’t want to see greedy 🤔 In my first round interview I asked for 90-95 and in their offer they
People Analytics Manager at Facebook (Meta) lists a requirement of 8+ years experience in HR Consulting. I’m at 5.5 years experience focused specifically on People Analytics (both internal initiatives and client work). Should I hold off on applying until I have more experience under my belt? Any hurt in throwing out an application?
Have a personality assessment before my interview at a fund. Are there ways to “pass” these?
Hi all! Curious if any Americans here have had any experience applying for a temporary work/creative (or other non-company sponsored) visa and if creative ad work is considered eligible. 🙏🏽🙏🏽
Hi all. The org i work for pays commissions quarterly, 2 months after the end of the Q. I am currently interviewing for a role that i like, but i am also having one of my best quarters and expect to close 500% of target. If I quit right after the Q ends but before the payday, I am worried I will not be paid fairly. I may be capped or something else. What do you think I need to do? I feel that I will need to reject an opportunity i like because of this paycheck.
Anyone at BCG willing to take a look at my resume/ cover letter? For context- applying as an experienced hire (1.5 YOE) in the London office. Thanks!
Hello I’m in final round interviews with Visa for a role in talent program management. Advice is welcomed, but mostly need some good vibes!
Offer $49/hr case and interview coaching (less than 1/3 of even the cheapest online coaching). Background of myself: B4 consulting -> Tier 2 Strategy -> MBB PE practice in the last 4 years. Interviewed with almost all major consulting firms in school and when lateraling.
What's agency life like at Translation? Have some interviews lined up and just trying to get a sense of what life's like there. Thanks!
LinkedIn at again. This can’t be real 🤦♀️
Does anyone file taxes themselves? I need help since I have 3 W-2s and federal income is 0 on 2 of them (client sites). So turbotax doesnt accept those. dont know what to do with the adjustment form
Is it possible to move from mid-tier consulting to MBB? Coming from non-traditional background (but still plenty of experience plus tier 1 MBA) and feeling like I’ve got more to give.
What are the underlying meanings of the big 4 terms? Like “work from home" means I’ll be online but no work pls, “high level review” means I didn’t look and all the responsibilities fall on you etc
I'm confused: we are supposed to make learning relevant and engaging for students, yet I keep getting reprimanded for including current events in the classroom. The kids are loving it and are really engaged in great debate and discussion. What's the problem?
If you already have a loan of 750k and wanted to get investment home with 30% down and eligible for loan will my interest ion investment home tax deductible ?
Which firms are traveling right now?
Hey googlers, quick question on offer expectations, I just completed the process for a GCP TAM role and out of the 4 interviews 3 went excellent but the one case study was okay, I wasn’t able to answer a couple of questions out of 6 properly. So 3 questions for you all: 1. Do we need to get a Hire/Leaning Hire for all interviews to make it to HC? 2. Does the Hiring Manager have a higher weightage on offer approval? 3. Can having one bad interview affect leveling directly? Google
What salary range should I be asking for? I am looking to transition from Audit to Forensic Accounting and have both my CPA and CFE. I also have 2 years of public accounting experience. I currently have 5 interviews all in Forensic positions.
When you are the only female in a big meeting and you literally have to raise your hand to say something because you don't want to talk over others.
Lateral move + 10K bump to MBB or promotion + 30K bump to a niche firm? Similar type of work.
Anyone else work at a company that has a great pay and benefits, but ultimately dissatisfied because of the line of business? I've come to realize that working at a company, say DoorDash, doesn't really interest me since the product itself doesn't seem to be that interesting to work on. What are some companies in tech that are tackling interesting problems like in health care or climate?
New AC currently doing internal work. While I understand it’s good to be seen around the office, would I leave a negative impression if I WFH until 2022 due to worsening covid situation and Christmas?
I have a student in my classroom who has a history of violence. I’m honestly scared of him. Anyone else have this issue? What did you do?
Has anyone ever used their holding companies hotel rates for personal use? Like you just called and ask for the WPP rate or IPG rate or Publicis, etc
I received a message on LinkedIn from an internal recruiter at a company that sounded intriguing. Would it be bad form to ask for more information about the role and about comp up front? I wasn’t looking to leave my firm until later next year at the earliest, but the company sounds really interesting. Don’t want to waste a lot of time if the comp isn’t right, though.
Hi fishes YOE 2.11 ROLE:- DEVOPS COMPANY ACCENTURE SOLUTIONS PVT LTD PROJECT :- Manage My Price I will join Accenture on 10th Dec and i have been assigned to this project in Accenture. Does anyone have any clue about the project and what can i accept from it. Im looking for future onsite opportunity, growth in term of technology. Is it there in this project Please help 😃
Can anyone working at Clearview (UK) give insight into culture, WLB & promotion cycles? Haven't heard great things from US junior staff...
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