Does anyone use their personal credit card instead of the corporate Amex to build their own points?
Does anyone know the starting salary for Jackson Lewis in the firm's Connecticut office, as well as the billable hours requirement?
Do you think it’s better to go to immediately go a firm that’s beyond your skillset or work your way up to that firm? For example, going to a T2 firm as an experienced hire having never done consulting without or starting at a smaller consulting firm and then going to T2/MBB?
How has travel restrictions affected your work? Do you see a permanent shift to how consulting works? (i.e less travel, more home office work)
I am completing Noogler period this month. I joined in January with 3-4 years of experience and Google offered me L3 Level and despite having other offers in hand, Google didn’t negotiate. And since Google was my dream company, I joined Google thinking I’ll ask for promotion in one year and do the hardwork. Till now I wasn’t having any problem. But now it starts mentally for me. So, I referred one of my friend from my same batch of college and previous organisation. contd. in comments!
Got an offer from Honeywell. Technical sales role. Base 160k and 70k bonus once Quota is met. +25k sign-on. Fully remote option. 50% travel. Is this a good offer ? Currently making 165k at ACN, no bonus last year.
Is a switch from IT Audit (b4) to Product Management (industry) role a good move? C1. Significant pay bump as well.
Anyone have insights into Amazon's M&A team? Culture, career growth/ops, comp competitiveness, etc. With 12 YOE in management and m&a consulting
Anyone looking for Sr Copywriters? Open to moving but remote would be nice too. Open to anything really. Get me out.
How is the business going for all you consultants? Are your companies getting new projects? Any layoffs ?
How easy is it to switch offices (from one city to another) at your firm? Signed an offer pre-covid for an office across the country and now really wishing I could stay in place. (Start date was pushed back so I haven’t moved yet.)
Hi all. I am planning to start reading books on investing. (I have a list of 10 books already). I was wondering for those who are well read, do investment books lead to ACTIONABLE things you do to your portfolio or is it just a mindset change? Current portfolio: 28, M, LCOL 160k 50% safe Index funds 30% aggressive ETFs 20% Meme stonks
Feeling horrible! I messed up one of the case interviews and silly math! This was the second round/interview; the first round/interview was terrific and math to the point. Pretty sure they won't call me for the final round of interviews now.
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