Best website(s) or resources to learn SQL?
Hi All, Any idea about APAC_NBT project code in capgemini. What it means is it a project or bench code can some tell me Capgemini
Hello! I am being asked to create a "back to school" shopping list for my art class. What would you suggest asking for from parents? I'm moving to a new school with no former art program.
Hi everyone, so I’ve been struggle in this job hunt and I’m trying to stay motivated. Currently I work in a nonprofit and I’m in charge of 3 roles: Engagement, Social Media, and Communications. My love is in client/customer success based on what I got hired to do and previous roles. How do I get my foot in the door with theses companies? I’ve applied to hundreds of jobs and no luck. I’m located in North Carolina and looking for remote or hybrid opportunities.
I am a Mechanical Engineer with 4+ years of experience in Design and Development.
Can someone refer me in Bosch India?
I have come across a few relevant openings in Bangalore and Pune Locations.
Why are HR people so rude! Get a life guys!
Career advice needed
I am a data analyst with 4 years of experience.
I have good technical knowledge on python, SQL and tableau. I am also familiar with machine learning algos and delivered few PoCs
What should be my next carrer move ?
What skills to pick-up? What certifications to pursue ?
I am more inclined to be a technical person than a managerial one.
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Gave interview at Microsoft back in June for a SWE role. Cleared all 4 rounds and got verbal confirmation,documentation mail etc but after that they just vanished. Recruiter never picked up calls and no response from them.
Has anybody had a similar experience like mine even at FAANG level companies?
Sed lyfe :(
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I have 3 years experience as Mechanical Design Engineer and looking to shift from current company. What is the average salary for 3 years of experience in product Design field.
Skills : Endpoint Security, Data Security
Yoe : 5 years
Location : Kolkata
Can any one refer me or route me for any suitable opportunity?
I am being offered 24 lpa fixed for 601 associate role,which i think is low as per market standards..my current company is Matching that too. Can I say this to Hr of jpmc to revisit my offer...
When is the bubble going to pop?
I’m 1yr out of law school and in-house but I’ve been boxed into a role I don’t want. Often tasked with admin work while my white male counter part (graduated the same year as me) gets to work with different teams. I’ve tried asking for new assignments and to work with other teams but my boss is not supportive. Any advice on how to get a new job when I hardly have experience in what I actually want to be doing??? Also the pay is awful.
What has science prepared you for?
Curious, what are some of the top end starting salaries being offered to managers and senior managers these days? I’m hearing of managers getting close to 200k base pay offers this year.
I have few PTOs and would like to go on a solo trip, need suggestions pls. I don't plan to drive around much in/out but still be able do things good enough for 4-5days.No beaches.
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How can i move to insurance project management from my current broker role? I have CAPM designation. What roles i can apply to which pays $75k-$80k? Any advice and recommendations is highly appreciated.
Marsh McLennan Marsh Liberty Mutual Insurance Intact Northbridge Financial Corporation
Interested in getting into management/leadership type role, my experience has strictly been in underwriting. Only prior management experience was fast food joint I worked at in college. Looking for tips/tricks on how to get there. Any special designations other than CPCU to get? It would probably be easier to get into it at my current company as they know I’m a leader, but what about if I wanted to go external?
Anybody heard anything about what it’s like at SelectQuote? They’re promoting a work from home sales position.
Hi!! If anyone here works for Axis, how do your titles work? I’m used to trainee (0-2 YOE), underwriter (2-4), senior underwriter (4+), then avp/executive underwriter.
Currently a senior commercial underwriter Working on finishing up my CPCU as I only have 2 exams left. Was curious to know
what kind of Salary impact this had for others who got the designation, if any?
I just reloaded to Dubois PA and I am looking for insurance follow up/ denial management 100% remote work. Any suggestions and or does anyone know who’s hiring with great pay and benefits? Please and thank you.
Can anyone provide some sound advice to anxieties over return to office? Does anyone have tips for how to bring up concerns to a manager? Have you returned to the office and how has that gone?
Interviewing for an assistant underwriting job, I meet all requirements except for knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy. I minored in forensic science so I’m familiar with medical terminology/anatomy but unsure if this will make or break my interview, they might be looking for medical professionals? Position has been up for over a year as they are unable to find a qualified candidate. Any advice?
Any Sales tips? What has worked for you all when doing cold calls? And any tips and idea on building your book of biz?
What are most producers seeing for their commission % on NB? I have a base salary, so I am not straight commission- BUT I only receive commission on new biz, nothing on renewals/retention. My base is supported by managing and servicing an existing book of biz and the book I have started to build since moving into a more sales directed position.
Looking for salary insights for intermediate underwriters in specialty lines based out of Toronto 2.5 years of experience. Hoping for any insight from larger carriers like Chubb, Travelers, Intact, Liberty… is $70k a competitive offer or should I negotiate?
Hi, does anyone know the estimated salary for a Specialist Claims Operations Position with @Travelers Insurance?
What is the average salary for the AIC (Associate in Claims) designation and what insurance companies value it the most? Thank you!
For anyone who has really enjoyed adjusting, what did you also really enjoy after that? I want to move up in my career but I have found a lot of enjoyment adjusting. I just know that can’t be it forever because I need to learn, grow and make more money. And a break from adjusting 🤣
15+ years experience in Forensic Accounting. What would be considered fair pay in the NYC area? Average yearly Billings was 2,500, however recently took over the building out of systems, training younger staff, more marketing in a set region; basically more non billable work.
Does all staff at Liberty Mutual Insurance including customer service reps, have to have a California property and casualty license?
Anyone working in Progressive as a CAT field rep? What are your thoughts on this role? Pros, cons, tips?
I’ve a job interview tomorrow for a Life insurance consultant position in London.
When asked about salary expectations, how much do you think I should say? I only have 7 months OE
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Sorry not personally, but you can read reviews on Glassdoor. I usually check there first then ask more specific questions here
I’m still at USI and from my personal experience, USI pays better than a few smaller brokers, but definitely not the most that you could have the potential for. If you’re looking to be an analyst, they’re spread pretty thin usually… but this might vary depending on the region you’re in. Ask them about workload! Try to leverage as much as you can when negotiating your salary as well.
What I loved about working with USI is that I had a flexible schedule and great coworkers, but I eventually felt like I had reached as far as I could go there and felt like I had to look for other opportunities to stay engaged in this kind of work. Fortunately, I found a job with supportive management and more of a chance to grow.
We’re you able to grow/move up at all while you were there? Or were you only in one position there and they wouldn’t move you up? They mentioned they support you towards applicable designations or certifications - will pay for it and give you the time to study, etc.
From what I've heard, they really value and invest in their employees, which is more than I can say for many of the other insurance companies out there. For that alone, I'd probably make the leap.
USI was a good company to work for. They have good procedures and the staff have been in the industry for a long, long, time so you will learn from people with many years of experience. The opportunity for growth (for the average Joe) is better than at most companies, but not the best. You will learn software and systems that will easily transfer to other companies. Each office has a different culture. Because they acquired so many offices over the last few years it’s hard to say if the office culture I experienced will be the same for you but they try to instill a company culture, but it’s just hard to make it cohesive when there are so many silos due to all the acquisitions. Maybe it will work for you!
Thanks! I’m looking at a hybrid position with a Long Island, ny office or a fully remote position with the Chicago office. What was the culture like for you? What culture did you feel they were trying to instill company wide?
I applied in USI last year because I heard lots of positive feedbacks. My peers were also saying good things. But I chose the other company since my application with USI took longer than expected. But you should give it a try! :)