Mgr working in EY - received RFE for H1b amendment for new work location... ey immigrtn team has been of no help - they sent a rfe template to fill - anyone share experience how to complete rfe doc
Anyone from EY or similar group explain the type of work SPA does and the exit opportunities compared to FDD?
Looking to connect with fellow design managers, new and experienced. Would love to have a space to share and connect.
Charges with concepting conference booth. Any recommended sources to review to give concepting a boost?
Larsen & Toubro Infotech Any HR here ?
My week is getting over on this Friday. Neither i have offer nor hand in hand.
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So we can join each other over weekend
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My heart hurts knowing that so many lie and cheat and everyone seems to go along with it. 😭
Hey you, weary teacher, I see you.
I hear you sigh,
Head in your hands...
I know the things you think,
the frustrated pain...
I know you are trying.
I know you work hard.
Sometimes it seems like you’re the only one
in the whole damn school who cares...
You are the difference.
You are power.
Through you flows the future.
You author the stories of the world.
I care about the tale you are creating.
Please keep writing. Please.
Hey everyone! I’m looking for some insight to Procore Technologies Implementation Manager salary ranges. Does anyone have any experience in this position? Thanks!
For all of the mothers out there, how hard is it balancing maternal duties with your career? How do you manage it?
MIS major here who wants to get more into analytics. Just started a project doing R (basics) and feel really behind due to my lack of the statistics behind it. Any advice aside from googl3 constantly?
Can anybody refer me for Entry level Fund Accounting role? Currently I'm pursuing MBA in finance (final year) and have an experience of 1.5 years in US Accounting and undergone Investment Banking Internship of 3 months.
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Would you pick Mastercard or Accenture Interactive if you were to join as a Product Owner?
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For Flying Blue (Air France/KLM) points - do you need to book a flight or actually fly before they expire?
Tried searching to no avail and they responded on WhatsApp by saying they're swamped and to try calling, which I'm sure won't be much better.
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Wife and I were thinking of getting a 2 seater sports car (Corvette, F-Type, Cayman, or Supra), we want to wait at least 5 years before having kids and were thinking this is a perfect time to get one. Although it is probably the dumbest financial decision, we would rather enjoy a sports car young than in retirement. Wondering if I should finally pull the trigger and get one?
I'm single and don't plan on any big investments for at least 2-4. Got $20k+ sitting in my credit union savings acct that I'd like to put elsewhere. Advisable to put it in a mutual fund?
I’m doing my taxes and it says I made too much for a traditional IRA tax deduction. Does this mean I’ll get taxed again at retirement? I’m not understanding the point of a traditional IRA without a tax deduction . Help.
What % of an HSA do you guys like to invest? I’m generally healthy and don’t expect to withdraw over the next year.
My pension fund account finally hit 0% return yesterday. It was at 20% IRR at its peak.
Anyone used the pwc preferred mortgage lenders?
Real Estate vs. Stock Market: I am contemplating investing in either stock or real estate. So far my stock portfolio has been averaging 15% annualized. Fishes what do you think?
Aside from Fidelity, which other brokerages are there? Interested in changing. Has anyone switched?
Which brokerage do you currently use for your IRA/401K?
I have 180k in just cash and I don’t know what to do with it then storing in a bank with 2.28% interest rate... I’m worried to put in stocks since it’s really high rn and i don’t know anything about real estate. Any suggestions on relatively safe investment strategies?
Trying to get more crypto exposure in my retirement accounts, but don’t believe in individual coins just like I don’t buy individual stocks. Any advice on any Crypto ETFs to buy? My accounts are in Fidelity and Vanguard if that helps
I booked profits from the stock markets around Christmas 2020 thinking that there will be correction which will let me re-enter positions. Now I am FOMOing while sitting on a pile of cash for thr last 2 months. Please suggest the best way forward? Wary of mistiming market moves but also don't want inflation to eat away assets.
Transferred some stock in kind from one brokerage to another but noticed that each transferred stock appears to be bought at the current price on the day of the transfer (eg. if avg price of my TSLA stock was $500 before transferring now it’s showing $620). Now I’m freaking out because it seems like as a result I’ve erased all my historical gains on the stocks that I had bought at a much lower price years ago? Am I missing something or did I just lose all my unrealized gains by transferring?
Thoughts on investing retirement accounts in a highly leveraged index fund? Would like to be more aggressive than a standard S&P 500 index fund but don’t want to pick out individual stocks. Good or bad idea?
Lately I’ve been looking into buying a house. I’m 22 and would only be able to afford a 40k down payment. I found a house near my parents that is 400k.. is it four bedrooms and I would be able to have renters in 3 of the rooms (which I would estimate would cover 2,000 of the 2,400 monthly payment). This being said - my knowledge is limited. I would appreciate any advice and perspective on this! ❤️
Anyone used chase You Invest platform ?
Would like to the review of it ? How easy it is use in terms of UI ? I find Fidelity App UI is not that easy and intuitive.
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Depends on what you mean by successful and what you want to do. If you want to be a successful surgeon, yes you need college. If you want to be a successful writer, maybe not.
It largely depends on the individual and what they trying to achieve, but speaking of general population, yes, college is the starting point of most careers
Unfortunately if you want a traditional “white collar” career, you do need college because it’s a gating item. If you want to work in the trades, you can be very successful without a college degree. It drives me crazy that the trades have been pushed to the side as “successful” careers. It would also help ease all the issues with people wracking up college debt if they understood college isn’t for everyone and you can live a good life without it.
If I’m looking for a candidate for hire. I will take the person who has experience over a degree anyday! How many college students are actually doing internships with their future career
But can a candidate get to that point without a college degree?
Like it or not, a degree is a sign of validation. You can trust that the college, assuming it's a good one, did their due diligence before accepting that person, and then over 4 years.
Fewer unknowns because of that. It makes it easier for a resume to be noticed. Which makes it easier to get experience. Which then both add up to it being more likely that a resume goes through the automated systems, through a manual review, through a phone screen, and onto your desk
You don't NEED college, but it helps a ton. Like, if you have a college degree, your odds of being successful are 10x higher than the odds faced by someone without a college degree. Sure, you could go to trade school or the military or even be the next Bill Gates, but these paths are narrower.
You don’t need traditional college for most trade or service occupations. Certainly there are successful plumbers, construction workers, etc who learned mostly on the job
Success seems to be considered “financially independent” which a few years ago was around making 75k a year, I’m sure it’s gone up with inflation but many ways to get to that number without college, but I’d say trade school also a very good option
In many fields a college degree is an entrance criteria (whether it should be or not). But there are many, many ways people can be successful without a college degree.
Yes and no
Yes. Even the kids with cpas struggle with the concept of an accrual. Can't imagine one who didn't have formal training
Then no you don't need to go to college. Might win the lotto.
I was lucky in my career where I didn’t need it but I certainly put in a bunch of long hours.
Yes unless you’re some kind of highly skilled hustler who’ll make money in any environment, no matter what hand you’re dealt. In which case imagine what wonders a college degree would do for you.