Been on the bench for 2 weeks. Internal strategy role for a year was offered to me. Should I take it?
Is it pretty easy to jump from a Corporate Banking Associate position at a bulge bracket to an Investment Banking Associate position at a good firm?
How much do you think attractiveness plays a role in succeeding in the consulting/corporate world? Ideally it wouldn’t but I’m assuming it makes a difference.
What does comp look like for a pre-MBA Private Equity role on the Operations/Consulting team look like?
Would you...SM big 4 or senior associate in IB, salary is the same, IB bonus is 75k more but seems like a junior role...
Hi! Guidehouse is hiring. You will be exposed to some of the most groundbreaking work in agile, rpa, etc in the federal or commercial sectors. Message me if you would like to talk.
Are there any ex-senior consultants out there that left for industry before making manager? I'm considering a product manager or product marketing role. Interested to hear about compensation change.
Should you include a performance and skills summary at the top of your resume/CV for a role in finance? Either for consulting or in Industry.
I have applied to so many job, with little to no responses. Are we at a point where applying online is just formality, and you need a referral to get to the next step?
What salary jump would you aim for in NYC as a 2nd year analyst looking to exit to a new job? Current 82k. Reasonable to be asking for 120k?
Anyone have success getting an internal strategy role with a TN visa? If so, what firm/role and how was your experience? Canadian looking to exit consulting and move to corp strat in US
On the job hunt (ACD in SF if anyone is hiring.) How do you guys handle the inevitable/delicate compensation question during screening calls?
Super broad question: who is hiring?? I have 14 months experience as a digital strategy consultant. I want to stay in consulting and am pretty open to just about anything. Will take any advice.Thanks!
Would you consider a role working for the CFO even if it was considered back office and didn't pay great? I feel like the exposure for a few years might be worth it. Thoughts?
What is the best exit strategy to exit from the firm? How did you find the next gig? Headhunters, Networking or applying to the company websites.
Starting Manager position in few days but don't have CPA license yet (which firm knows). Offer says "contingent on sufficient evidence to practice as CPA". Any chance of getting temporarily demoted??
I’ve been working in big4 consulting for 2 years and want to eventually get my mba. Does it make sense to switch jobs to something more prestigious? Will this help me get in a better school?
I used a delta voucher plus paid a little out of pocket for a flight. Will I get the miles/segments?
New PwC promos to Director, what specific action(s) in your final year do you attribute your promotion to?
I am so glad that PwC has not fired the accountants for the Oscar fiasco. Good to see firms making an attempt to protect their employees despite so much media scrutiny and witch-hunting
Joined the firm (FS) in July, first time on the bench. What do I do with my life? Came from industry so me no comprehend the concept.
I’m really confused about which fund Deloitte offers to invest in for 401k contribution. Which one is everyone invested in (btw I’m a staff)
Who has information regarding the EY Southwest Region Transaction Tax layoffs? There was a round in January, but it seems like business hasn’t picked up in 2018...
When I told my father I wanted to attend medical school, he told me to find a doctor to marry instead.
Has anyone successfully gotten MQD + MQS/MQMs retroactively applied to your Delta account when booking flights for your SO to join you on a trip? Doing Delta status challenge & curious if this works.
Pros/cons of joining a startup vs an established industry practice? I love the startup culture and growth potential, but wonder if it’s too risky for someone with only a couple years experience?
I’m finding it harder to maintain work/life balance these days. I feel pressured to take on all work coming my way to prove my worth and reduce chances I’m laid off. This isn’t sustainable. Wwyd?
I came from the industry and just by comparison, I feel that industry folks are much smarter than folks in big 4. Industry execs really know their stuff, no fluff talk. Anyone else feels the same?