I’ve been thinking about this for a while now. I want to get into management consulting and have been told my experience is too audit focused (been in audit for 5 years and now a manager). I’ve been told the next step in order to be “considered” is get your MBA from one of the top few ranking universities (I’m in Canada). Not sure if spending 100k on an MBA, for the possibility of getting into management consulting is worth it. Any way to increase my odds? I’m no longer a spring chicken..
Currently work at AWS in Business Intelligence and am looking to transfer into Product Management. Looking at MBB eventually. In my experience, most people from MBB have FAANG as their exit op. Why?
Got the offer letter yesterday. Recruitment team agreed in 15 pct bonus on fixed pay. But offer letter does not have any mention of that. Does it come on separate letter?
Ladies - looking for a laptop backpack. What are the best options good for travel and also looks good? My tote bag is too heavy and hurting my shoulder...
Any advice on applying for a STD just before starting a new project? I don’t want to mention anything before it’s approved but also feel extremely guilty
Any advice for a industry-side strategy intern when applying for analyst/associate positions?
I am an intern and about to start my tax internship this summer. But I am really interested in doing advisory and not tax, what should I do? I don’t wanna ruin my chances of getting an offer
I recently got my friend hired (1-week in) at my workplace and turnaround is all time high right now (darn Covid, 3 people left since I've joined for 7 months), but I'm gonna be talking to a recruiter as a salary offer came up for 50% higher than my current workplace. I feel really bad if this opportunity actually comes true as 50% increase to salary is ridiculous not to consider. I feel horrible and don't want to burn bridges and I like the people & manager I work with. What should I do?
Do I cut my salary by 50% for an early stage start-up, pre-Series B today? I could be a millionaire in a few years but the salary cut would be very painful for short-to-middle term. How do you make the call? I’m okay where I am, could probably go hard for more pay at year end but was interested in the opp. This calculation feels much different with a family vs single in my 20s. Please help.
Since we're all talking money, I just got my first raise ever and I'm feeling stoked. 🤗 My loans may still have me broke as a joke, but at least I'm feeling valued! ☀️
I started working in a agency two months ago, and I have two very big projects running simultaneously. My Creative Director left for paternity leave, and left me with all the work, facing the client, going to shootings, editing. I've been working 15 days straight, no weekends. The agency hasn't given me any back up/someone I can team up with to do the job. Is this normal? I'm used to have a partner, a copywriter or another creative working alongside. Keep in mind that I'm mid-level.
Hi guys...Can anyone pls refer me for the position of UX/UI Designer at Robert Bosch ...there is this opening I want to apply for...Thanks in advance:)
I’m quarantined w my aunt, uncle, brother and cousin at the moment. I show that I’m really happy all day but every night before I go to sleep I cry like a baby. Sometimes even during the middle of the day I take bathroom breaks to shed some tears. I don’t know who I’ve become and why this is happening - I lost my job and am dating a boy who doesn’t seem to care about me. Some days are better than others and that keeps me going.
Considering an opportunity as a Business Partner with an analytics group at a cyber security company in the valley. Current Manager at Big4. Would represent a step up in total comp but wondering if it’s viewed as a step backwards in career progression?
Any recommends on a chair and standing desk AVAILABLE ON AMAZON ONLY for total of up to $500?
Any other Deloitte folks get screwed in their year end rating because of low utilization since there were so few projects to be had earlier this year? Manager openly said it was "beyond my control".
We recently had a child and now looking to do some recurring investment to secure his future (higher education, marriage, medical etc), looking to withdraw 15-17 years down the lane. What type of investments do you suggest which are good from long term perspective for kids ? Or investment for higher education fund!?
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