interviewing at 2 places place 1 is a strong company and a good place to be, place 2 is my dream position… place 1 is moving at a much quicker pace and says I need to provide a decision quickly (cont)
Holy shit. Verizon's "shadow workforce" were really accountants installing fios for customers during the union strike. Yes this is for real... http://www.wsj.com/articles/verizon-turns-to-shadow-workforce-amid-strike-1461058202
I've got a phone interview with a recruiter in a few hours. What should I expect? Will he ask my questions or will I be expected to ask questions?
How does experienced hire interview process for MBB differ from on campus MBA process? I made final rounds of on campus but made silly mistakes with math. Are cases any easier out of school?
Guys/ Gals.. care to share Director Level salary range with Salesforce functional certifications? Doing generalist engagements and looking to switch to Salesforce functional specializations
How do y’all distribute your 401k contributions? Evenly spaced to meet the max throughout the year or frontload contributions to get the money invested ASAP and hopefully make gains sooner?
It feels so hard to judge if I’ll like a place from the interviews. Just want to find a place I’ll enjoy, more or less, for 2-5 years.
I just pivoted to consulting (from audit) with plans to work in my firm’s int’l dev practice. Ik i need a masters (to work at the IMF/ WB in the future) but is there value in getting an MBA vs an MPA?
No fly day pics yet today? 🤭 I’ll start... EWR - LAX. Received this at the airport store while buying food/water...not entirely sure they meant to write “clam” 🤔😂✈️ (apologies 4 crinkled bag 😭)
Looking for help improving PowerPoint skills because apparently half of consulting is formatting and creating decks. Any good courses or references out there?
What’s a good role for someone who isn’t passionate about the corporate world but wants to live a certain quality of life? I was stressed and unfulfilled as a consultant so switched to an industry role (in the office of CIO, total comp is <$200k) and am now bored with the work and my much older coworkers. Am I destined to hate my job or have I not found the right one? Am in my late 20s without career goals or trajectory that excite me and considering grad school as a way to pivot
Never believed in the meme of “entry level job: needs years of experience” unit it happened to me. After a month of interviewing, an IQ test, and a modelling test, just got rejected for my dream job in the final round. Absolutely devastated and ashamed. I feel like I’ll never be good enough.
Is it professional suicide to accept a position, keep interviewing then take another offer before you officially start the first one you accepted?
How hard is it to get into MBB as an MBA summer? We just finished up summer recruiting and curious what the offer rate is at MBB.
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