Hello! I will be attending an unranked B-school in London this fall. I chose the school for a handful of reasons (family, time, program, budget) and even before I have determined that I want to become an MBB consultant post MBA. I come from an EM country, 10 years in Financial Services from brand-name global firms. Undergrad - Foreign Service. Realistically, what are my chances of getting into MBB as a consultant? Do I even have a shot at an associate consultant role?
Show of hands- who here pays for a subscription to WaPo, NYT, and/or The Economist? I keep running out of "free articles" and am considering coughing up $50/month for digital subscriptions to them.
Anybody up to share referral? I am looking for BI analyst/Data consultant roles with 3+ years of experience ,currently based in Milan
Who’s hiring ADs brand side?
So unmotivated in every other aspect of life except work. Haven't been to the gym. No balanced diet. Personal chores piling up. Ugh. How to get started when so many things need to get done?
Anyone who’s worked at or with OneMedical willing to chat? Interested in some opportunities I’ve seen there.
Associates: Are you required to review your supervisors? How have you handled this (or would you handle, if given the option)? I’ve done upward reviews before, but they were all anonymous. This would be clear it’s from me.
Have your firms starting sending out information on plans to reintegrate back into the office? My firm is going back next week and I’m just wondering.. if the entire firm is working online and hasn’t had any problems... what is the rush to go back? Any thoughts?
Anyone know rough TC estimate for: Microsoft Sr. Dynamics Project Manager? Asking for 3+ years, currently sitting around 5yrs of direct and relatable experience. Microsoft
Any recommendations for apartments in Montreal?
MBA admit here and have to put down a deposit soon, having serious cold feet right now due to the covid situation and potentially having to start virtually. Would love any perspective on how it's been particularly socially and what your schools' outlook on the fall is
I WFH in IT and my job is pretty "chill". If I focus on work, I can get it done in 15-20 hours, and the remaining time is spent on upskilling/training. However, I'm thinking of putting that time towards a brick-and-mortar side hustle, a basic restaurant. An option that appeals to me is a hole in the wall coffee and bubble tea store, with a few sandwiches. A basic store with a small menu and high margin items, 2 staff on the payroll. Any success stories of people doing this on the side?
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