Those who invest in residential real estate for passive income — looking back — what do you wish you knew before purchasing your first property? What would you have done differently?
As you all are awesome why don't you show your aswesomeness in this group.
Fishes I request you please do reply or like the posts. We have 400 fishes in this bowl but hardly we see any like or comment.
Do you agree with me?
I want this so bad...
What's your timeline for PR process so far?
Did you tell your friends and family you were laid off? So far, the only person who knows is my partner and I'm not sure if I should tell others.
UNC Chapel Hill or UT for grad school in Health Policy and Mgmt? Loved UNC but UT has a great connection to the Med Center in Houston which is one of my top priorities upon graduation.
Thought this bowl will be fun when I joined but people are posting serious stuff here as well 🤔
ConsultingHumor’s Instagram page (364k followers) did a massive compensation survey for top consulting firms in the US and internationally. Several thousand respondents with base and bonus salary for all the top (and some smaller) firms. Can be used when negotiating your next raise or to see if you want to jump ship to another firm. You can download the full spreadsheet of data at consultinghumor (dot) org
Can we negotiate TCS with counter offer.
Searching for job change with current experience of 3.5years. Strong in Incident management and SQL db. Can anyone refer me? If there is any matching openings
“Amazon’s policy prevents me from disclosing specific feedback, but please do know we appreciate your time and interest thus far.”
What does this mean? What could be the reasons?
So...what do you do when you see that a former boss who you know got reprimanded at work for saying racist shit (he still got promoted to an even higher position after) post a black square on Instagram? Do you call him out?
I've got an offer from EPAM Systems with 30LPA.
Am aware of the layoffs that has happen recently and very much skeptical about joining the org. They were bcz of lack of projects to be assigned to resources.
Am done with client interview already and also mapped to a project as per my manager discussion. Am thinking will I still have another rounds of client interviews even after joining the org?
The other offer have is 4L less than than this from Valuelabs.
YOE : 6
Need your valuable inputs
I have been working in the nonprofit sector for abour 5 years. I hve a consulting background and Im looking to get back into it - any recommendations or leads?
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Is anyone doing big law in austin? Which firms are good and which should I avoid? Looking for Cravath scale pay and a mix of civil and crim, but otherwise open.
Good morning - tips on dealing with the “know it all client.” I represent an entity and one individual thinks they understand all legal issues simply because of news articles or friends stories. I try to redirect conversation by focusing on unique facts at issue but other techniques would be helpful.
Has anyone been in a position where they have been working on a case drafting all the pleadings, motions, and communicating with OC, but once your supervisor sees how much youve racked up in fees,tries to settle it before you can, so they can collect the commission/fees on it, instead of you. I’m incredibly annoyed because I’ve been practicing the same area of law for 4 years and my supervisor has been practicing for 8, but the previous 7 were in crim law. Her advice is usually unneeded/wrong
Pfizer is 80% effective after the first dose and 90% effective after the second dose, according to a new real world study. Most ill effects are from the second shot. So I’d prefer not to take the second shot. Am I wrong?
Had a final interview last Friday, what are my chances to hear back on this holiday week?
Do any cultural or religious observances affect your work life? I.e Jewish and if I observed Shabbat I wouldn’t be able to work Friday nights and Saturdays - although sometimes there’s no choice.
Exit opportunities for a 2nd year? jokes are welcome but some serious answers would be appreciated lol
I’m a new attorney and really struggling with daily work life. The 9-5 or rather (8-8) lifestyle is so monotonous and boring at times. Any tips to make it feel like you dont live at work?? I’m 26 and would still like to have some semblance of a life that isnt just work.
I just got word that a job offer is being made on Monday. Early in the process HR told me the company’s target was $120k. Now, HR is asking me what number I would be comfortable accepting. What should I say?
Job has become really toxic & I need to get out ASAP. I’d really rather not leave without another job...but will if I have to. Any recommendations for how to find something new fast?
New attorney here, I just started at an attorney at a smaller firm. There are 3 partners and currently I am one of two associates. We have 1 full time legal secretary and one part time secretary assisting her. We have 1 paralegal. My question is what kind of work/tasks are supposed to be/acceptable to delegate to the secretaries and paralegal in order for me to be more productive with my time.
I was part of the tech layoffs over the past couple of weeks. I have an opportunity to go back in house or back to a law firm. Both are great opportunities and comparable comp. Pro of law firm - stability (less likely to be laid off). Pro of in house - no billable hours. Should I ride out the recession at a law firm until things settle down or take the risk and go back to in house?
Those in ID, what are some of your common and repetitive weekly/monthly tasks that you go through to pick some easy .1-.3’s on each case?
Which books would you recommend to a product counel for tech startup about strategy, management, and leadership?
Looking at a lateral move to a life sciences group from tech trans. Will this limit high paying in-house opportunities later? Will tech companies hire someone from a life sciences licensing group? If not, is there an equivalent to tech jobs in the life sciences industry?
I’m so bad at writing the background/ facts section for briefs… it always gets heavily edited and no one is giving me constructive feedback other than “advocate more”. In contrast, my legal argument section is generally without edits. For context, first defense lit job post appellate clerkship. Is this normal?? Any tips for getting better other than “advocating more”?
Dream job post big law?
Help me think through this decision please.
Gov attorney, 8 years out of law school and will make over $100k for the first time this year. Gov benefits are great and WLB is amazing (I have a wife and child). We are less than 2 hours from all of our collective family now. I have an offer with a small firm I am highly interested in. $165k base + bonus for only 1800 billable hours, but it is 8+ hours from our families. $90k in student loan debt left. Am I wrong for wanting to take the money?
Current non-equity partner here. Up for equity this year. Had a good year. Concerned that my firm will either forgo giving me a bonus or give me a lower bonus than I deserve in exchange for possibly giving me equity (which might not even result in an immediate raise). Thoughts?
Can you request to a partner to not work with a particularly difficult client? Client requested “male” attorney sign my work and has been borderline verbally abusive
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