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How do you know when it’s time to find a new job? I love what I do, my coworkers, and my clients, but I keep thinking that there’s something more out there. Mostly thinking of more money and title bump

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Have you asked for more money and a bump? Start there! It’s hard to get the trifecta of loving job, loving team and loving client...

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Agree completely! Sometimes the grass might not always be greener - and having a team and people you love is worth so much!

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Start looking and see how you feel once you've read some job descriptions and applied to some open positions. If you find yourself excited at the prospect of moving on, it's probably time to go.

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Start looking now... I have been applying for months, countless applications.

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Doesn't hurt to start passively looking now - it'll give you time to be picky about your next opportunity.

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Account folks are in high demand right now. I say start looking!

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I kindly disagree. (I’m on the west coast.)

Agency rat here, in the PR marketing area not ad but I think it’s a relatively similar vibe. Like someone else said, that trifecta is HARD to get so I wouldn’t rush out the door with a grass is greener mindset. Try advocating for yourself to move up / get more pay at your current spot first, I’ve successfully done it and if your agency has a strong culture and good leadership they’llwant to keep good talent and be open to the convo. If you do leave, be sure you do your HW to ask around about any new place’s culture and also make sure it’s for a role you’re really interested in that will help you grow / gain the experience you want to advance in your career. Be sure to leave things on good terms w your current place too, never know when someone could crop up as a client elsewhere or when you might need an assist—I have a standing offer to go back to my old firm which is honestly great security to have in mind as I think about taking a career pause for grad school.

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Nice! The post animation looks good!

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But once again not posting

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How great would office emojis be in this app?

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14:36 gmt 😀

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Not crashing anymore.

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test on 1.1.5!

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Just moved to the city any job postings in the lab arena?

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Met my boyfriend at my previous client. Now he's working for Accenture too...now we crossed paths again at the same client/and same team. Anyone else meet their significant other at a client site?

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What’s the average Booz Allen associate salary?

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I'm looking for a roommate in NYC. Nice 4 br with one opening. Anyone looking?

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As a low middle class, first generation, in a non target state school starting full time this summer, it is such a great feeling seeing my mom and dad cry when they see my starting salary. Can't wait!

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Is it kosher or ok to connect with a partner who has interviewed you but you didn’t get the offer? I felt that I had a great convo with him (he was a company alum)

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When the client stakeholder uses the phrase "riding the struggle bus" in reference to a project deliverable you're working on. Don't know whether to cry... or laugh.

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Word of advice for analysts and associates out there, do not use “the client likes me” as an argument to justify or defend your performance good or bad. Focus on other skills.

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