Interviewing at guidehouse for a data science manager position and I have a PhD and 7 years of work experience. How much should I ask for in compensation? What’s the range like over there?
Nice to see how other companies react to their leaders when layoffs/job actions occur. Never see these types of posts from consulting companies. Any reason why?
Recommendations for MBA loan refinancing? I currently have a ~6% interest rate loan with Common Bond.
RE unemployment benefits (i’m in CA): Anyone know if there are any types of transactions i’m not allowed to make while collecting unemployment $? It’s my first time doing this and feeling a lil weird
After being laid off for 5 months and applying to over 500 jobs, I finally received and accepted an offer today! 🎉
I'm currently working as a Configuration Analyst at my company. However, I've identified my career path as going towards Project Management and climbing the business management ladder. I'm scheduled to take the CAPM exam this coming Saturday, of which my company paid for both the exam and a membership to PMI. Anyone with recent experience on this exam and know what I can expect? I've heard that it only requires a 69% to pass, but I've also heard that it's a weighted exam? Any insight?
Is an associate partner at IBM the equivalent of a Sr. manager at the big 4 from a compensation and responsibility perspective or would this be considered a step up?
When applying for a new role, how do your companies “level out” the difference in years of working at a competitor vs climbing up the ranks? Are all years of consulting experience seen as “equal”?
For those who have exited before, what happens during an exit interview? I'm leaving my company after 9 years for industry, and Monday I have the exit interview with HR.
Joe should just say "this is a man who thinks the volume of words is more important than the quality of his words. In fact, he sounds like a man who is drowning in words and trying to reach for an idea. He thinks we'll put uv lights in our bodies. Clearly he does not know what he talks about.
I just took a position to teach Transitional Kindergarten this fall. It is a new program to the district so we have lots to get ready. What ideas can I bring to the table?
Is there a time that you just love both candidates and want to vote both? Why alway have to pick between the worse?
My Facebook feed included a promoted message from PwC's Tim Ryan wherein he reiterated the firm's commitment to D&I. It's all a gesture and it's not my firm, but it made me happy to read.