Life insurance question - I’m 33. My wife and I have 1 baby, perhaps another in a few years. Should we go for a 20 or 30 year policy?
2y @ boutique strat/intelligence firm. F500 clients. Promoted from analyst to SC. Base only 80 comp 15-25%. Looking for recs/referrals nyc startups in customer success roles/strategy.
Would love some career advice! Graduated from undergrad in December & currently working at the trade desk of a no-name fund. Very small so unfortunately not a lot of options to move upward, so most likely will have to do a lateral move. Currently studying for the CFA but debating whether to keep pursuing that or go for an MBA instead. If I eventually want to go into VC, what's the best path to take?
Found out that a friend of mine whose individual obamacare health plan used to be $438/mo, can’t afford it, and has cancelled it. She usually has some health issues - any options for her now?
I don’t want things to go “back to normal,” and lately I’ve been reading what feels like a lot of disingenuous arguments for reopening “for people’s mental health.” As someone who was suffering from the way things were before and is now thriving from the slowdown (both in work and personal life), I wish we could all stop pretending like we were living in some mental health utopia before the shut down.
Thoughts on leaving big 4 for The Siegfried Group? More pay, less hours, plus overtime pay after 45 hours
would you make a switch from a big 4 to Simplus? expecting to get an offer from them and any info about them would be appreciated. I've seen a bunch of reviews on Glassdoor etc. - pretty decent
Had a zoom interview today that didn’t go because zoom wouldn’t connect. I updated the software and restarted it and everything prior. Worked right after with my roommate. It’s been rescheduled but can help but feel like I’ve already made a poor impression.
Same as the prior question just a different firm - has anyone gone internal at EY after maternity leave? If so, did you have to take a pay cut?
Reached a net worth of $50k today. 3 years ago I graduated $30k in debt and had to open a credit card to cover my moving expenses. This job is a grind but I’m grateful it’s enabled me to achieve this.
Should I take out a life insurance policy on my mom who is a 62yo teacher returning to work this fall? A 500,000-1,000,000, 10 year policy isn’t too expensive. I can always cancel after a year or two when life is back to normal (fingers crossed).
Why does the client like to use Skype, Teams and Zoom for calls? Can someone tell me why we can’t pick one? FFS. Okay, end rant.
I’m looking to make a career switch. I have my PMP and CSM and am a manager at a big 4 in consulting. Most of my experience is change management. Thoughts on doing a cyber or coding bootcamp to launch a new career? I understand I may need to take a pay cut for a few years.
Crown Social, in Seattle, is looking for a highly conceptual freelance (with full-time option) designer to dive in (this week preferably) on a new campaign for our Amazon client. Interested?
I am terrible with foreign languages, but I have been diligently trying to learn Spanish using Rosetta Stone. I finish the lessons fine but don't feel like I am retaining anything. Any tips?