Beyond 2 lines the text in each post card is cut off. I wonder how many lines in the comment section?
Where is a new build???
But once again not posting
Being an adult is hard. I just paid rent and I’m now left with $51 to spare 😭😭😭 tell me this gets better
Anyone else grow up poor and feel like a prick when talking about your travel adventures with friends back home? I made it out and am one of 💰THEM💰now....not sure how I feel about myself.
Gf wants a 30k ring. Says she'd be unhappy with anything less. Both24 yrs. I love her a ton, just wish she valued our future more then a diamond. Advice on how to talk to her?Or am I wrong here?
Would you leave after 1 year to make a move to another almost identical firm and role for a 45k base boost? 125-170k.
People are soft now a days and don’t read the fine print of you’re an at-will employer - which means you can be let go for any reason with or without warning. The business owes you nothing and life is not fair. Stop complaining about who’s doing what, ranks, who’s voting for who, who likes you and who doesn’t, benefits at other firm compared to yours, this right and that right and ask yourself the last time you HELP yourself. The sun will come out tomorrow and no one really cares. Help yourself
Toxic workplace phrases and what they really mean: “Fast paced environment” = no time off and chaos “Need a self-starter” = no training but we still expect results “Must wear multiple hats” = understaffed and underpaid for amount of work “We’re like a family” = no raises
Got "let go" at a big 4 strategy group during probation. I recognize the errors that I made and I have definitely learned from the experience. However, I think strategy consulting is what I want to do right now and I want to apply at the competition. The market conditions couldn't be better. But my story is not the easiest to tell. I assume recruiters know right away what's going on, even if I come up with compelling arguments. Any best practices / tips you can share?
Been on east and west coast for projects and still can't figure this out: In-n-Out burgers or Shake Shack?
It’s crazy that people know computer science and get paid like $95k with 2 YOE. I have 0 skills other than talking fancy and some ppt and I get $~140 TC at 2.5 YOE. I know this sounds like a flex but I genuinely don’t understand the labor market. Why don’t a lot of tech folks outside of the big tech companies get paid more?
The only reason why I miss being in the office.
Reveal yourself partner who paid the Time
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