Getting past phone screens but can’t seem to get passed phone interview. I feel like I’m a good fit for the jobs, but I have no idea what I’m doing wrong. Any specific tips to work on interviewing?
I am currently in sales (less than a year in) and would like to eventually transition to trading. What’s the best way to go about it? I should have my CFA by the end of the year and also planning to do a more technical qualification next year. Would it make sense to consider masters/MBA?
Thoughts on the house reconciliation bill? Especially the immigration texts.. do you guys think it would pass?
For folks exiting to FAANG / Product at start ups or really any hot company. How do you go about networking to get the interview? Do you apply then cold email someone you may have an “in”with, or are you picking say 10 companies and then having warm contacts there that you’ll ping when you see a job. I’ve been passively looking for jobs but zero luck, I only want to leave for the right fit. Big 4 here so feel my brand won’t auto get me an interview like mbb/t2
Have a interview with LinkedIn for Startegic Ops Manager. There internal consulting group. Has anyone interviewed with them? Do they give MBB level cases for the interview?
Senior, pregnant and worried about busy season because half the seniors in my practice quit in the past two months. Directors have said to seniors “brace yourself”. I am already stressed and high risk and off my ADHD meds and struggling a lot to get work done. Is it worth taking maternity leave early and “screwing over” my teams? I feel guilty. Doctor suggested to take medical leave if I am struggling. Need advice 😢
I’m looking to exit into private equity after 2 years in consulting and will be applying this cycle. Does anyone have any materials, advice or best practices they would be able to share? Thanks!
on average, how soon after final round interview do you hear back from ZS? are offers notified via email or phone call?
Hi - Would anyone at Twilio be willing to provide a referral? See an opening for which I think I could be a good fit.
Hey folks, I’m about a year into my new SE career and looking to continue to invest in professional skills. I’ve obviously been thrown into the fire learning the sales side of things, but what areas (technical skills, certs, books, etc.) you all would recommend I look to invest in? I’ve been looking at some beginner coding boot camps and scrum product owner certs, but interested in what you all have done to further advance your career
Is it normal for companies to schedule more rounds of interviews with you after the on-site?
What would you say is the shortest acceptable (wouldn’t raise questions) tenure in tech?
Best way to maximize value of UR points?
Salary for senior designer, 6yrs, nyc
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