🐟 any suggestions on next move? Have offers from following 1) Deloitte - 175K 2) PwC - 160K 3) EY - 165K Role - M , HCOL, Cyber PAM Specialist Which one to go with? D has better comp but not sure how WLB is ?
Hey everyone! I have been working freelance on-site for about 8 months now. My goal is to eventually find a remote freelance role. Any tips/advice that you have would be very much appreciated!
Hey everyone! IPG Health is thriving with new business wins, and we are hiring in every department! I am a boomerang to the network because honestly the agencies within IPG Health provides great benefits and colleagues. DM if interested!!
Hi all, Mindtree is hiring for the same position if interested please send your resume to my mail id email@example.com
We are hiring for Fall Product Manager internships. I work at a productivity startup in Boston. Feel free to send me a message for more info.
Am I the only one weirded out by these mass spreadsheets of individuals who have been laid off? Is anyone really looking to these for hiring purposes?
What is the role/intent of a Chief Business Officer compared to existing CSuite roles? Seeing this more in small and large companies (e.g. Peloton / Facebook)
MBB? More like DPEK
Hi CGI fishes, Can you please help me refer for this position id: J0821-1911 Thanks in advance
Didn’t get the MBB offer, so going FAANG
I got laid off during the beginning of the pandemic. Since then I’ve been struggling with drug use and finances. Deloitte hired me out grad school. I’ve been unable to find a job in IT Controls. Any help? I did IT Controls Audit Readiness for a couple years. The market is so niche and being black makes it twice as hard to find work. I really need some help landing a new role folks. I’m 22 days clean!
Hello Fishes. Is MLOps necessary for people having 4-5 YOE (experience not related to Data Science) for a role of Data Scientist?
Got laid off from my first job after graduating college & living home right now with family. Not sure what direction to go. Was doing a structured finance role and not sure if this is something I still want to do. Any suggestions on other positions in Finance/ looking for areas with growth and potential.
Is strategy consulting really that great or is implementation the place to be? I know MBB is trying to move into implementation so is it useless trying to stick to strategy or should I prepare myself for the future by doing delivery?
I was doing real consulting work for a Wealth Management tech firm and took a job at another tech firm for twice the money. They hired me to the Org because they wanted to stand up a new team that actually worked with customers and consulted for new opportunities. The current Org's 'consulting' title is really glorified onboarding. The point in hiring me was to help with enablement, and eventually manage a team. Con't
I’m about to turn down an in house position at a client (I actively applied for the position). Any tips on specific language I should include in my email rejecting it? I don’t actually work with the client on any matters - it’s just a firm client so not sure if this even matters?
Have interview with Cognizant for position of Business Intelligence, someone please help what to prepare.
Folks in consulting or advisory who started recently, what was your starting salary and what practice/geographic location?
Is there an appropriate way to turn down an assignment because it is non-billable? Two of the partners I work for keep asking me to write client bulletins and articles with them, which is great, but now I’m starting to worry about meeting my billable hours requirement.
Worked within strategy across different industries at a big 4 for almost 7 years and looking to exit to industry. Anyone willing to refer at their firm?
Are there industry jobs (PE, HF, etc.) where I would still work similarly as hard as B4, but get paid commensurately? e.g. instead of a standard 9-5 industry getting 100k, 9-7 industry getting 120k
My client has an opening that I'm really interested in. But we work with their team (internal audit) It's gonna be awkward either I get the job or not. 😢
Cotton candy sunset take off at LAX
Applied to Deloitte for an SAP consultant role (currently work at SAP) and got a rejection email an hour later. Took it as a sign from the universe￼￼
Interviewing at EY ServiceNow practice with 5 YOE. Should I go for SC or M? What salary range should I be going for?
My H1B transfer to a new company got approved. But now deciding to stay with current company. Would there be any issues?
My ~60 person group at my firm has only 5 women in it. Is there any excuse at all for this? Every project I’m on feels like the old boys club
what are the best consulting firms for sourcing and procurement? Looking to make a switch soon
I had an interview with PepsiCo. I was looking for 140 to 150 salary and they said they could only do 112k. It’s a lot of money to leave on the table. I told them I don’t wanna continue with the process mainly cause I don’t wanna waste their/my time. Do other 🐠 s continue with the interview process in hopes of convincing the hiring team to offer you more money because they really like you￼?
Since we're all talking money, I just got my first raise ever and I'm feeling stoked. 🤗 My loans may still have me broke as a joke, but at least I'm feeling valued! ☀️
I think I’m weird. I have long long working hours, and after work I take my own time to relax - watch Netflix, use social Media, etc etc. And when after all this I go to bed, when there are now only a few hours left to sleep, i don’t want to sleep... I feel why do I need to sleep, I mean just get the next day started already. Is it just me or anyone else feel me ? P.S. I sleep somewhere between 4-7 hours everyday.
I graduated with a marketing degree and had to take a job that could sponsor my visa. Now I'm 25 and thinking to go to portfolio school for AD. Any recommendations? Or career advice?
In your experience, how many days/weeks/months did it take from final interview to offer?
Is it worth it to get a professional certification like SHRM/PHR? Not many of my colleagues have one and it’s not a requirement for my role, but I’m curious if it’s worth it in the long run
Currently in Sales Ops, previously a BDR at smaller company. 2 YOE. I'm thinking about switching over to consulting. I want to go back to client facing but at a strategic level without focusing too much on selling. Any advice? Referrals? I'm within healthcare.
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