Hi all, what salary range would be good for Head of Content (UX writing+ content strategy + direct reports) who reports to VP of Product at a series B, fully remote fintech company?
(MBA, 5+ years experience)
How to get a PSM certification
I have a Masters in Org Development. Should I get an MBA? Most of last 10 years experience have been in HR, with 2 years in consulting. However, job options still seem limited. Currently living in Texas making 80K but would like to make 100-120k.
Any options for folks in Big4 consulting (with MBA) who want to make a move to internal work so there's no more travel? I love my home office and there has to be domestic functions...
What's the most in-demand SAP certification among the below options
1. S4 on premise certification
2. Cloud S4 certification
3. SAP Analytics cloud
4. Something like Fiori, Leonardo, EWM, IBP?
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Please help me
I'm looking for a entry-level role in finance domain and I would appreciate your support.
Recent MBA-FINANCE graduate with a focus in Investment banking, Financial markets, Financial analysis and reporting
If anyone knows of a job opening where I would be a good fit, I'd appreciate if you could send them my way! Of course, if you have any suggestions for where to start my career, or anyone you'd recommend I speak to, I would be very grateful.
Looking to break into Cloud Security. I work in IAM and just took my AWS Practitioner certification. Any ideas on what else I can do to get into Cloud Security?
Best certifications to pair with a Talent cert?
Post MBA - MBB vs FAANG product management role vs Startup Biz Opps role vs IB (2 year Associate) for getting into Venture Capital?
Post-MBA Salaries for strategy consulting in Paris / Madrid / Amsterdam / Zurich?
Looking at MBB , T2, Deloitte and Accenture. Any other EU cities would be nice too.
Looking for a job change in MBA Marketing(BDE) profile
Kindly refer me or please let me know if you have any such opportunity
Total experience 1 yr and 8 months
P.S. Immediate joiner
Thank you in advance
With a healthcare administration Degree and lean six sigma black belt and 11 years customer service, marketing and sales representative background. What’s the best job to apply for? Deloitte Booz Allen Hamilton US Army US Navy Healthcare Trust Of America
I'm at a career juncture and have decided on a career in anti-money laundering as my new path. I'm also highly interested in additional education to further my career and am eyeing graduate school. Which is best? A law degree or a master's in international relations? Those are where my interests lie. I keep reading that JDs are valued in compliance but am wondering if a different graduate program is better for my goals. I already plan to obtain the CAMS certification. Thank you!
How do you look for a job in Sweden from the US? Have a Swedish spouse and are thinking of moving from the US. T10 MBA + MBB firm, not sure how to find opportunities or convey experience to them. I could transfer offices to Stockholm but want to see other options
This is on behalf of a friend .Can someone please put on some light on the below query ?
Company : Morgan Stanley
Designation : Associate - Global
Role : Compliance Technology Strategy
Division : Legal and Compliance
How is this position for a BE+ MBA , total 3+ years of IT experience in top MNC.What would be the expected CTC and next hierarchy designation ( after a promotion ) ? Morgan Stanley
I have an interview tomorrow for a PM/FinTech role. I have a construction background new to project management. I have my BSBA, PMP, and CSM. Any pointers?
I've been working in the NHS as an orthopaedic surgeon for over 10 years. I have recently made the transition over to industry working for a pharmcovigilance and certification body TUV SUD. Early signs are great. I know several clinicians who are currently advocating the overworked underpaid mantra and would like a referral. Let me know if you are keen to hear more.
Anyone took AWS certified cloud practitioner exam. How does it compare against Googles Associate cloud engineer exam? Which is more difficult?
How hard was the prosci certification exam for you? (I know, significantly easier than CPA, etc). Wondering because I’m pretty bad at test taking.
Told a friend of mine in tech I was considering moving to BCG. He asked me if I would have to move to Boston.
I followed up by asking what he thought the top consulting firms were. "I'd guess PwC and then McKinsey are the best. I've also heard of KPMG, Deloitte, and Bain, but I don't know much about them."
Just a reminder that outside our bubble no-one really cares about firm prestige etc.
New job in Dubai! 🙌🏾😩😎 #blackboyjoy
What kind of back-up childcare options does your firm provide? Any details would be appreciated! My firm offers none and I want to build a case for it. Thank you so much in advance!
Differences between Europe and US in IB?
I'm ready for classic
Hi Everyone, i'm working in a non-tech environment i want develop my skills for program/project management i'm having exp of 5 yrs if anyone can help me with this that would be really appreicatable.
Hi all! Need a quick help! I have a 2
year work ex at ZS Associates (pharma
consulting) and planning to switch to a
Data Science career. I have received
offer from Walmart Global Tech and
BCG Gamma and not sure which one
to consider. Which one would be
more appropriate to kick off a career
in Data Science ? Which place works
order better learning opportunities,
work culture and people? Is there any
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Currently 30 weeks. I feel movements in the very lower uterus, more towards the back of my belly, and sometimes I can feel movements against my bladder that made my urinary tract feeling weird. Anyone had the same feeling?
I will be joining on 4th week of August. Will I be eligible for annual bonus in December? In my offer letter, it is mentioned that I will be eligible for AIP in FY22.
Hi fishes, after completing 3 months probation, after how many days we get the confirmation ? Even we get the confirmation or not ?
Any fresher roles, entry level roles available?
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I'm a data scientist with a Master's in analytics, experience in the field and am in a new contractor role in an office where I thought I would be doing DS work. I am pitching ideas for new analytics and models, but I essentially get told that they like my idea and to talk to "Bob" so he can implement it, but they want me to write up why it will bring value. How do I get this to stop. I want to be writing the code, not just the justification. Do I start the work before pitching?
Is it normal for your boss to still ask you about accounts and logins two months after quitting? Where everything was kept on 1pass!
However the person they hired in my place didn’t do handover at all with me, like not even one question!
Do I have to answer them, they’re actually annoying me with the back and forth questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/breaking-into-gov-tech-a-panel-discussion-for-women-nonbinary-engineers-tickets-161550583143. I am going to try and attend to see what barriers the speakers mention. Sharing in case anyone else is interested.
My manager today gave me a really difficult time because a work event conflicts with my vacation I’ve had planned for months. I just was notified last week about this event too and I haven’t taken any PTO since Dec 2021. Meanwhile, this manager has had several vacations and is about to take a month off for a wedding. It feels toxic and I don’t know whether to just move on or let HR know how uncomfortable this manager made me feel questioning if I can end my vacation early. Any advice?
Hi everyone! Due to an acquisition, I recently had to take a paycut to join the new company. Because we were being acquired, I wasn't allowed to talk to HR or at least my boss wouldn't let me, about salary and negotiate it. I'm wondering if I should tell my new boss about the financial hit I recently had to take. If so, how do I approach it?
I'm 30 and looking for some recommendations on which facial should I take. Recently I observed some lining near my lips area. Avoiding any chemical treatment right now.
Take this scenario: at work you email an account team about a customer. A particular account manager doesn’t like your response and goes to your equal male counterpart to question you...as far as if you are technically savvy to handle the issue or know what you’re talking about. These issues have me seeing red and I have no idea how to address them other than just contacting “up the chain.” Thoughts? Because I feel like I’m constantly being undermined.
I have recently moved to Singapore with my husband and daughter. I have quit my job and came to Singapore.I have 12+ yrs of experience in identity and access management in Cybersecurity. I am actively looking for a job and immediately available to join.
Please do let me know if any of you have any references.
Thanks for taking the time to read this post.
We talk a lot about things that are not good at companies, what are some things that make a company a great place to be and worth staying at? 💚
NBCUniversal is looking to fill several tech roles including:
Software Engineer (Senior and Junior roles)
Site Reliability Engineering
Director, Data Products Engineering
Associate Cyber Security Engineer
DevOps Engineer (Kubernetes/GCP)
All of the roles mentioned above are remote. There are additional remote roles along with office roles not listed above. Job descriptions can be found at nbcunicareers.com. Message me if you're interested in a referral.
Just curious, have you guys been attending virtual meetings with the camera on or off? And do you do your makeup routine every day?
Hi everyone! I’m interviewing at Capital One and would like to hear from people that work there about how the culture is, how they are doing with D&I. Thanks!
Today (day 99 with my employer) I was put on a performance improvement plan. Such a shit show of a company! After the offer, and before my start date the company reorganized the department… new boss and department reporting structure. Too late for me to renegotiate, and my job at my former employer was not a fallback option. On day 3 one of the only long term employees in the department accepted a different job. Sooo many red flags! I need to jump but I don’t have anywhere to land.
Senior Product Manager (remote) salaries 👇
Hello, All! I'm looking for recommendations on inspirational content for women leaders. I follow TEDWomen, many podcasts, and the Women's Conference among other sources. I'd love to hear a fresh perspective on business, trends, tech, marketing, equality in the workforce, etc. I'd love to learn something new. I'm at the VP level and have started a couple of companies, so nothing too junior, but open to many topics. Please share any speakers, books, webinars, or events that you may come across.
What would be an average to good package for a product manager in Canada with almost 10 years of international experience?
Any WIT in Boston? I'm interviewing for a really exciting opportunity in downtown and would be relocating there after it's safe. Would love to hear about any groups or resources!
Bonus points for intersectionality and welcoming of LGBT individuals (I'm a gender non-conforming butch lesbian). Bonus bonus points for a group that isn't all white.
Also where should I be looking to live? I heard Boston has a lot of racism issues and is very segregated...
I got my MBA from a state university that only cost I think $15k, and I paid just $5k after tuition reimbursement. I did it part time while working when I was 23-25 years old. If you are over 30 years old I would say it’s not necessary to get your MBA. Instead, prove yourself in your roles at work and earn promotions to management and leadership positions that way. An MBA helped get me in the door at my current company, but once in the door, nobody cares if you have an MBA or not to get promoted to Director or VP level. Moreover, getting your MBA won’t make you more “promotion-ready” over your peers in the eyes of senior leadership. Only get the MBA if you are trying to make a jump to a big company and need that resume booster to stand out.
Thanks for this helpful response. As someone over 30 this is reassuring to hear!
I don’t have one and personally I would not pay for one unless employer covered a lot of the cost. I think experience and skill counts more than MBA but maybe I’ve gotten lucky. Graduated in English lit from an unimpressive school and am doing quite well.
This is great to hear, thanks for your response!
It depends on your career goals and current position. If you have been in the same field for 5+ years and have moved up to a management or senior position, you may be earning similar to MBA grads already. If you are trying to switch jobs, say from logistics to marketing, it may be worth it if you’ll be happier in your new field. I’m currently enrolled in the University of Illinois’ online MBA program and it only costs $23k for the degree. I’m an avid learner in general who is thinking of changing careers, I’m doing the degree as a way to develop my skills further while learning about other facets of business aside from E-commerce and marketing, which is what I’m currently doing.
Totally agree re career goals and switching roles. An MBA is an investment, not a badge that grants you magical entry or a ticket to a higher pay grade.
Here’s my story as explanation. I was worked in regional sports TV production, copy writer, radio ad sales, and marketing for a niche book publisher with 2 degree a BA English and a BS in Communication. I felt mostly satisfied, they were good jobs, but peripheral to the decisions of the business that affected me.
My MBA enabled me to pivot out of entertainment and advertising into tech. I don’t feel I’ve ever been hired *because* of the degree per se. But rather, because of the ways of problem-solving, strategic thinking, and the application of both quantitative and qualitative frameworks that I learned in school.
I’ve worked for startups and this 8k person company making software solutions for the public sector as well as big tech. The MBA lent legitimacy and depth to my recommendations to executive leadership — often when I was the only woman in the room. It also made it easier for my resume to float to the top when switching companies. That said, I still had to have the capabilities to deliver on results.
To wrap, only you can weigh this decision. I believe my MBA has been immeasurably valuable to my career and earnings. I would not be where I am without it. Others on this thread feel differently.
Hope that helps, good luck!
I got my MS degree because during the 2008 recession, it was nearly impossible to land a job with just my B.A. I regret it. It cost me a fortune and outside of getting my foot in the door, it hasn’t given me a leg up on my less-educated peers. Our current job climate is nothing like it was back then (yet), so I don’t generally advise spending on more college education just to have it. Depending on your role/discipline there are lots of certs and educational options that would provide more value to you long term. Tech evolves so fast, that a lot of what I learned in my MS program was outdated and out the door within 1-2yrs of graduating.
Of all the Master level degrees you can get, MBA is the most useless, with the worst advice/learnings imo
I do have an MA, which mostly helps in salary negotiation