Does anyone else feel like too many people have TSA PreCheck nowadays?
In person interview with defense aerospace company. I have been told by one of the interviewer to wear Khakis and button down shirt but I don’t feel comfortable. Should I go with suit? Thoughts?
My friends in my home location are all in different stages of their lives so my social life has become almost negligible during the weekends. How do I change the situation?
Do you feel like you’re behind your class year (in terms of skills/experience)? How do you deal with the anxiety that comes from that feeling?
Need ideas for week-long leisure travel with green card. Have been a good citizen with no personal travel since the pandemic (and travel is my personal passion…) Now hitting mental health roadblock and need to do something (safely). No national parks plz.
I wanted to say how grateful I am for the encouragement and support of this group. I have my sobriety to be grateful for this year. Thank you all.
Anyone feel like you’ve become less conversationally/emotionally intelligent after working in big law? Before BL I used to be so charismatic, entertaining, and quick-witted, which I believe helped me get the job. Now I’m just numb to anything but work. I feel like this should be going in the opposite direction.
Got “you must produce your credit score” and “hurry we only have 48hrs to set up an interview” as follow-up asks after submitting an application on LinkedIn. SPAM, right? Crazy! Totally looked like a legit role too.
I'm in the middle of interview process with United Airlines for Java developer role. Only one round left. Anyone have idea about their WLB and benefits? Thank you.
Any senior writers looking for a gig in NYC? I had a a recruiter reach out to me about a role with BBDO but it’s 2-3 days a week in person (if I remember correctly). DM me if you’re interested!
If one more person from my team asks me a question or to complete a task that's already answered or complete in their inbox I'm going to lose it. I'm trying very hard not to respond with....
How important is having an MBA (or a master’s degree generally) for serving in a CIO/ CTO role? Currently a software engineer, interested in doing a CS masters if I can get into a top school/get funding, but am reluctant for a lot of reasons (lost salary, family reasons, etc.) Goal is to become an architect and maybe eventually a CIO/CTO. Thoughts?
I’m concerned this is just going to reduce employee salary negotiation leverage and allow companies to pay everyone the same low amount. It sounds like the limitations of a union without the benefits.
Does anyone know how the unemployment rate in countries that handled coronavirus well (Germany, SK, Taiwan, China, NZ etc) compares against counties that did a less than stellar job (Russia, Brazil, USA, Canada)? Do most developed counties report monthly unemployment numbers?
Curved monitors - any real value?
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