Considering inflation and cost of living, is it likely that San Diego employers will have to match salaries that of Bay Area
Hello all! In San Francisco what is the recommended pay range for a director role in a health tech company?
Fox Rothschild LLP is looking for 2 estate planning associates in either their Los Angeles or San Francisco offices. Candidates should have 2-4 years of experience. One position is for transactional estate planning/trust administration, and the other is for trust and probate court cases, including litigation. If interested, please click on the "careers" tab on Fox Rothschild's website and follow the instructions to apply.
Going to umrah via Egyptian airlines (departing from JFK), I have never flown with them before but am a bit worried. Anyone flown with them before and what are your reviews/tips?
Hi, I’m a nurse in San Diego area. I have about +1 year of experience in inpatient nursing, and I currently work inpatient. What do you guys think is a good pay scale for non new grad, newbie nurses?
Moving to the area for work and was wondering if I live off of the San Bernardino metrolink line, when I bring the train in to Union Station and then transfer to the LA metro system, will I end up ...
Does anyone have any recommendations on advanced books or other resources to learn about investing ? I’m looking for something much more in depth than what I have already read which usually just explains how to eliminate debt and what dollar cost averaging is. (No debt and already dca)
Anyone hiring or recruiting in the San Diego area? Experienced scientist/engineers with over ten years of industry experience and MS in Bioengineering
Have 4 hours free weekend mornings? Please consider volunteering at your local airport to help train TSA dogs. Easy works, lots of relaxing and waiting around, great impact. I just did a gig at SFO.
How much should an L2 engineer with over 4 years of experience working for an MSP be making in NY metropolitan area? I am jack of all trades working on ESXi, Windows Servers, firewall, switches. I do have a couple of CompTIA certs. I am making somewhere around 90k and I feel I am underpaid. In the last four years I haven’t really went out to interview and get offers as I kind of like my current job. However, I feel as I am leaving money on the table, which I shouldn’t be.
Anyone in ATL like their job and their company’s hiring lol? Background 2 YOE in consulting at EY. Desperately trying to leave before that becomes 3.
Moving to San Antonio in January! How is the job market for program management and data analytics?
This might be a stupid question - how do you get talking to a recruiter? I’ve put in a couple of applications but not had anything back - I’m pretty self aware but genuinely think I’m a very good fit (on paper at least), and feel like talking to a recruiter would help either concretely explain why im perhaps not a good fit, or actually give me a fighting chance amidst a sea of resumes. Any help welcome!
Hi there! In LAX this Friday and Saturday anyone wants to talk about ai let me know doing drinks and maybe dinner with a friend by Santa Monica’s bodega. Cheers!
Hi, I am looking to buy 70k United miles, please let me know if anyone is selling them? Or how I can buy these from United? Thanks!
ZS Associates Just got an offer at the ZS Boston office for associate consultant life science (PhD)! Would love to ask somebody who works there about work life balance and work culture
Hi consulting moms! Accenture mom here- I am C&M and want to avoid deploying to a practice that’s not mom friendly. For reference I’m totally remote now (thanks covid) and would like to work for people good people who understand or who are able sympathize with working mamas and who won’t eat me alive. I know this is a tall order- any C&M practices to avoid? Or any managers you’ve loved working for?
Any recommended resources on learning TA for trading crypto, stocks, options, etc? Been learning some of the basics such as support and resistance, and some risk management.
What can I exit to with 3 years audit experience in financial service industry (Private equity and hedge fund) and 2 years senior accountant experience at a mid-tier private manufacturing company? Thinking of taking an offer from industry but not sure if it’s a good move. Seeking better wlb but also good exit opportunities in the future. Staying in audit or go to industry?
I am working as a Marketing Operations Coordinator and loving my job. I am very happy with my pay and the workplace. I have a little under 1 year of experience and recently graduated college. I’d like to know what are the growth opportunities like in a role? Anyone else start in this position and moved up? Or do people typically stay in this position? What does pay look like for someone in this role with more experience?
What happens if your girlfriend doesn't like your creative partner? I mean, he was there first right?
Super random q - last year just before lockdown I booked a flight for work and got reimbursed through expense report. Flight got canceled and Airline gave me a credit. I just put in my two weeks last Friday and as I’m booking a flight now, I noticed I have this credit from last year. Should I give this “credit/voucher” to my firm?
Has anyone ever been issued a PIP? Do you come out alive? What is the best course of action? Thanks in advance
Have you all submitted the annual plans? How much importance does this document carries from APEC PEC perspective?
Is anyone else experiencing a new wave of covid anxiety due to the stress of figuring out the holidays? Got in an argument with a family member about safety guidelines and testing needing to happen and I’ve been feeling paralyzed by anxiety all day.
River walk in castle rock looks nice . Does anyone live there ? Or considering living there
I am looking into joining a seed stage startup that's been around for 1 year. I have 13 years of experience and am currently a senior people manager making $470k per year (salary plus equity). The salary for the startup job would be about 1/3 of my total comp. What is a reasonable equity percentage to ask for?
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I am about to loose United Gold Status, can I match this status quickly on another airline? Which one would you suggest?
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Biggest Portland stereotypes? Do you think they're true or not true?
Mine is that everyone in Portland is into hiking, snowboarding or running....I promise there are some homebodies/non-athlete types out here y'all we just have to find each other ahah.
Has anyone else seen ads for the musical “Shen Yun”, EVERYWHERE??? To date I have seen billboards, social media ads, posters, and received a mailer yesterday. Their media budget must be massive.
Ok I'm not that into cars, but I think it's dope that Formula E is doing the all-electric motorsport race here next year. As someone in the Portland service industry I'm all for anything that will bring people to the city, and I feel like we don't have that much sports stuff going on here usually. Would you go to this if it wasn't too expensive? Does Portland have much of a car scene?
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Is anyone in Portland conservative? What is it like for you being there? I get along with just about anyone, but seems pretty hostile towards non-liberal folks from what I've seen
Anyone have a good (and not exorbitantly expensive) accountant? My taxes have gotten more complicated than TurboTax and I can handle this year
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Honestly...it's pretty white. But it is very LGBTQ+ friendly at least in my (very limited) experience. That isn't to say that there isn't an African American community here, I just think the city itself is still fairly white.
This is spot on.
It’s VERY White. Portland loves to claim being an ally to everyone but lacks the demographic to prove that. Example: Hair salons will have “BLM” and “Stop Asian Hate” but no nothing about cutting different textures of hair besides…straight. BUT, Portland is very welcoming and everyone is fairly respectful of each other. Your son will not have a problem finding a community
I agree with this 10000000%. I have lived many many places and I would say this is the least diverse of anywhere I have lived.
The people here in Portland think of themselves as open-minded and progressive, but newcomers experience the city as provincial and very separated by class and race.
Incredibly white. Oregon was legally a whites-only state for a long time: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/oregon-once-legally-barred-black-people-has-the-state-reconciled-its-racist-past
it’s majority white but it’s incredibly loving to other races. No one will feel left out and there are still a good amount of black people. Where I live in Portland, there’s a lot of white people and Indians, asians. Everyone gets along.
As a brown gal, yes this city is super white but also very welcoming and overly woke. So I haven’t had too many issues
You’re all smoking something.
I’m a literal life long Houstonian and recent transplant. The most diverse, look it up, city in the US. I feel the same in PDX if you swap Hispanic and African American for Asian. I don’t have a quota and neither should you - but by my barometer no one should feel “embarrassed“.
I grew up in this city and it wasn’t until I was afforded the opportunity to travel to the east coast for work that I realized how bland Portland is. It really caught me off guard and made me uncomfortable at first because you don’t get exposed to much living culture here. The people are all nice, I never experienced any flat out racism, but being a minority here means you don’t get the opportunity to experience cultural norms and traditions that are consistent across other parts of the country.
It’s white. You have to do some serious searching for community unless you’re able to befriend a few locals who know where stuff goes down.
It’s very white. Embarrassingly so. Especially in the city itself. There’s a small BIPOC community in north and ne Portland (that feels like it’s getting smaller every year) and considerable LatinX/Hispanic communities in the outlying suburbs. There’s also a sizable asian community. Overall nowhere near as diverse as large cities.
But like someone else said, it’s very LGBTQ+ friendly and in general a pretty progressive city.
There’s very little diversity in Portland compared to other cities. There are historically more black neighborhoods like areas in North Portland but even then a lot of these neighborhoods have changed in the last 10-15 years. Around 10 years ago I lived in the same neighborhood I just moved back to and maybe it’s just my perception but it seems whiter than it was back then. I am white so I can’t tell you from personal experience what sort of community there is, only that the neighborhood I live in is still pretty diverse but the city in general is overwhelmingly white.
The suburbs are particularly white also, for instance I lived briefly in West Linn and the population there is something like 85% white.
It is way whiter than most other major US cities. And — it depends on the neighborhood (the more heavily gentrified areas are whiter). Lots is affected by the city’s past redlining, but there are Black communities here (the photographer Intisar Abioto did a terrific project about Black Portlanders she met, partly because she was tired of people claiming she didn’t exist here; my old church was also super multiracial and lovely). You just gotta seek it out.
MD1 you’re welcome! it never gets old and it’s the best response to this topic 😂
I don't know told you Portland was diverse but that it not true. The population is mostly white and while I haven't experienced any racism or hear of it too often it does lack representation.
It's majority white. People here are nice though. They try to be inclusive but they don't know what they don't know sometimes so I can't say your son won't experience any microaggressions.
I grew up in inner city Portland. It’s always claimed to be culturally diverse and accepting, but as I got older I realized that was actually a lot of cultural appropriation going on and not real diversity. They have always had a way of sugar coating and hiding their racist past. Also early 2000’s the North/NE districts experienced rapid gentrification which has now spread entirely across the city. Most folks were forced to move to neighboring cities so it’s not that new BIPOC have moved in or out, it’s just the little bit that’s here has been watered down and spread thin 😕
I gotta say, having lived in SLC and Boise I find it hard to believe that it’s less diverse than those.
Huge Indian population and sizable Asian and Filipino population.
Not very diverse at all but Portland has so many programs to help people of color because of it. It’s a beautiful place but I am from the Bay Area and when I moved here it was definitely uncomfortable at first to be somewhere with mostly white people. Eventually you get used to it though people are very loving here for the most part