Additional Posts in Accounting Exit Opportunities
Would you dodge the draft?
What is the modern dress code for a zoom interview? Wearing a suit feels potentially out of touch with the moment and a tie feels obviously so.
Getting increasingly frustrated at Delta. Apply for status match to my United platinum, I get rejected for an invalid reason. I file a complaint with all details, and response:
How many days the HR usually takes to get back with the feedback after the 90 mins technical round? Also, what would be the next course of action?
Just sharing some thoughts. In NYC what do men do to get rested? My husband is staying home in the evenings and on weekends, and I see how sometimes he gets bored. I can go do my hair, spa, nails, shopping. We both take care of our kid. I just want to help him to have some “me” time, so trying to get some man’s perspective - what hobbies, sports men do in nyc, so I can get some good present for his birthday, or a gift card somewhere, or an interesting experience.
I recently saw a post about a kids birthday and it got me wondering if I should do my kids 3rd. My SIL throws her little boys birthday every year and to be honest, I feel pressured to do the same. Her son and my daughter are a year apart and this year, my husband and his sister are thinking of doing a combined bday but tbh, I feel it would be very chaotic since she wants a theme and we have no clue what to do.
Sorry for the venting session- just confused and wondering what someone else would do.
Best source for M&A news?
Currently looking to transition from a PD engineer role at a Pharma/life science company into life science consulting. Any advice on how to properly tailor my resume to facilitate this switch?
Anyone have experience with receiving a counteroffer from current employer? Any thoughts on pros and cons to accepting a counteroffer after letting your employer know you received another job offer?
I recently heard of back door Roth contributions ending at the end of the year. I am in my first year of my MBA and was planning on rolling over next year during my lowest earning year during my summer internship. Any tips on what to do now with potentially shifting policy?
Which one to join for better stability, job security.
money doesn't matter.
Only job security and WLB.
5 months ago I gulped down a bait which I thought would be good for me but now I am stuck in this company where non tech bcom people work as BA and tell me that tech feasibility of a problem is secondary and business must get what they want. These guys want to store a 400 character redundant line in each row of db wiz 10000 rows. The delivery on timeline is primary focus and solutioning is not. Features, capability, UX etc. Don't account for shit!
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When you’re counting how many busy seasons you worked, do you count internships? For example if I interned in Audit for 2 busy seasons, my junior year and then senior year, can I say I worked 2 busy seasons in audit?
Recently received an offer from a mid-size public firm and unsure if I should consider the opportunity. I’m currently in S1 SALT in NJ. The details are below:
- Pay: $80k (12% upward bump than what I’m getting right now)
- Title: Semi senior, but up for promotion in July if all goes well
- Role: General tax, but mainly federal tax. One of the main reasons I’m considering
-Location: Technically NYC, but assuming I do well while we are still remote I can work out of NJ 3 days after covid ends
I’m really getting a cold 🥶 shoulder at work. I think people are tired from 9/15 but I’m worried about my utilization being low. I’ve done a lot of emails reaching out for work. I don’t want to be annoying but should I next step arrange meetings /checkins ?
Why do people exit after one busy season after senior when You can exit after one busy season as an associate to the same senior accountant opportunities in industry??? Literally the same pay too
had been working in corporate accounting for 5 years, all in private companies within wholesale/retail/finance industry. I have a master finance degree, recently just got my CPA license but looking for a finance job opportunity (get bored of being accountant). Never get a chance to get into any public accounting firms. Is it possible to break into big 4 advisory without any prior public accounting experience? Considering Big 4 FDD but most required audit experience which I don't have...
What is your experience moving from public accounting to internal audit within the same industry? Positive, negative? Pros, cons?
How does a person determine what they’re meant to do in life? I’ve been in accounting for 6 years even though I’ve hated every minute of it.
For those in government, is it difficult to land a position without a CPA? Currently have 3 years in PA, tax senior, Enrolled agent & MST and looking to leave PA next year. The Tax analyst role in IRS’ LB&A is interesting to me. What skills/certifications do they value in those positions in their hiring process?
Any tips for dealing with recruiters? Actively looking for a new job, but I had zero experience with recruiters.
3rd month in industry and the entire team has quit with the last 3 leaving next week. That leaves me and one other person hired last month. One of the ones leaving mentioned bad leadership. I'm still fairly new and haven't noticed anything wrong and I actually like what I do and the pay is decent but I can't help but wonder what's coming down the road.
What would you choose at this point in your life and why? Industry role, low 6 figures, easy schedule, no clear path to promotion and low yearly raises in non-promo years or PA role mid 6 figures with clear path to higher salary, but 50-60 hours year round?
Not necessarily asking for advice, just looking to chat with people and get their perspective.
I have been applying endlessly to several different companies. For three in particular I’ve applied to different roles and received the standard “we’ve decided to go with different candidates” and then send others role suggestions. For one I did a hirevue interview but didn’t get selected, is it ridiculous to keep applying to more roles within the company after the standard rejections?
Is it considered a professional courtesy to talk to your partners/other team members before formally submitting your notice? The only reason I can see it making sense to do this is if you’re trying to get your current company to give you a better offer but since I’m dead set on leaving does it really matter?
Pros and cons of technical accounting manager vs financial reporting manager (sec reporting)? What are the career trajectories for each?
Currently an SFA 4YOE was in audit for 2 years. Should i move to a Senior Internal Audit postion which would give me a 40% bump or just stay another year and apply for manager postions next year. Which would probably give me a 40% raise as well - but thatd be next year.
Current job is easy and great work life balance. Dont mind being in internal audit but not sure of career trajectory or work life balance
When switching to another Big 4, has the recruiter ever asked for a copy of your pay stub for verification purposes?
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