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FAANG salaries appear quite low in the UK for business roles. Has anybody been able to exit to tech and can you provide any insights?
Graphic designer moving into Art director role. Want to grow skill set. What’s more future proof? SEO/google analytics or UX design?
Stocks to watch today!
Making hard push to go in-house with a startup, billable work has dried up.
Question: what’s a good salary for VP Mkt & Sales? And commission?
You made it! It's Friday and the week is over. Anyone have fun plans for the weekend/halloween?
Thinking of getting my outpatient coding certification, anyone here have an experience in this field? Is it worth it? How is the pay?
What is BNY VP salary in pune for 15 yrs experience guy in vendor management/Non IT role.
Any advertising and media sellers out there at music focused platforms or publishers that take cannabis budgets?
My therapist of 3+ years just told me that she’s going to stop taking insurance starting in January and her new rate will be $160 per session (right now I pay $45 for our weekly sessions). My insurance will not cover any of it.
I’m panicking. I struggle with depression and anxiety and my weekly sessions are what keeps me going (and meds!). I also love my therapist and she knows everything about me. I don’t want to start over but I also don’t know if I can afford $160 per session… what do I do?
I just want to dress like I’m at a rave 24/7. I’ve never even been to a rave. I feel like workplace fashion is still so conservative, which is just silly since why does it matter if I’m in a pink shiny skirt if I can get my shit done on time?
Masks at open houses?
With flu season (and COVID season?) just around the corner, I’m thinking of asking buyers to mask up at showings. Good idea or am I going overboard?
Help! Isn’t second trimester supposed to be better for tiredness? All I want to do is sleep these days. I hardly start working and a need a nap. I get non functional if I don’t. I am not able to get work done for my job and have to work till late
Hi! I’m looking for a Google referral for a Vendor Management in Biz Ops position. Happy to share more info about my education and experience if that’s helpful! I’m currently in a similar leadership level role at Liberty Mutual. Thanks!
When people say not on the blueprint what do you really mean? Where do i get this blueprint
How often does everyone go to the dermatologist?I’ve gone every every few years but still can’t get over how how embarrassing it is.
Can anyone share the rough base and total comp range for a Senior Professional Services Manager role for Amazon Business please? There doesn’t appear to be anything out there on UK salaries so any guidance/insight would be appreciated!!
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Got an interview with KPMG next week for senior auditor position. Can anyone gives any input (e.g. What questions do they ask? How’s the process looks like?)
Really interested in a job a recruiter brought me. However apparently the dept hiring and HR are now in conflict as HR wasn't notified the dept hired a recruiter and HR doesn't wanna pay the recruiter. Anyone experienced this?
Are there industry jobs (PE, HF, etc.) where I would still work similarly as hard as B4, but get paid commensurately? e.g. instead of a standard 9-5 industry getting 100k, 9-7 industry getting 120k
Could someone who works in public accounting specifically on the tax side DM me to help me with my resume?
WWYD: 2 opportunities, one lateral, one slightly higher. I qualify completely for the first; around 90% for the second. But possibly have more interest in the responsibilities of the lateral. ctd.
Looking for tips/suggestions in leaving public after 6 years. Also wanting to change industries at the same time. The latter appears to be the hard part with so much time in my specific industry.
I loathe tax, I want to work to live not live to work. Switching fields means starting all over again. I feel torn. Anyone have success stories? Advice?
Today is the official last day at PwC. Mixed feeling, gonna miss my coworkers but excited about my next job.
Ok fishbowl family - I need advice. Rising senior 1 here and realizing that I genuinely get no joy out of audit. I’m way too stressed and really do not care about accounting and have made it a life goal to never book a journal entry. I want to take the next year to figure out what my dream job is and go for it. Here’s what I like: I love talking to people, mentoring & teaching, organizing, learning. I literally loved everything in college- I was between majoring in accounting or psychology. 1/X
More than likely receiving an offer for a more technical position than I’d like in my career. In short, I think it pigeonholes me into a role I’m not comfortable with and have little interest for.
How do I politely reject the offer when it comes through?
A job where I use my current skill set to do something rewarding, fulfilling, meaningful, actually help people not just indirectly through corporate BS… readyy go! Need ideas/inspiration please. (And more detail than “NFP work” please.)
Accepted an offer recently (last week) and haven’t heard back from the HR regarding a confirmed start date (we discussed dates but didn’t nail down in offer letter) or background check, is this stuff that normally takes time to get set up? Thanks
So.. if I put in my notice and they let me go immediately due to going to a competitor (I heard that pwc pays for the two weeks regardless) - can I immediately start at the new job? Wouldn’t that mean that I am on both payroll for two weeks? Is that an issue?
What amount of money would you need to be offered from another company to leave (talk in terms of percentage increase in salary and include your level at the firm)? I’m passively looking and am curious what offer would be considered too good to pass up as an AY2.
Have a third and final interview for a senior accountant position tomorrow with the director of tax in industry. I previously spoke to the director and CFO. Is this is a formality? What should I expect? Any thoughts are appreciated.
Please recent honest feedback/review about The Siegfried Group? I would appreciate your help to make a desicion ASAP
I applied at this company and last Friday they verified my references. And then 4 days later hiring manager sets up a phone conversation letting me know they still have other finalist they are interviewing and will let me know when t they make a decision. I really wanted this job and now idk if I’ll even get it. But my question, why would she verify my references and not offer me the job!is that normal ? This never happened to me before 😞
Anyone mind sharing what they left PA for? Trying to get some ideas here, I’m in tax but would appreciate any non-standard exit opps too!
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What level are you? Some things improve the higher you move up (of course other things don’t), so if you’re a senior, maybe you’ll enjoy being a manager more. Also, what type of job would interest you outside of PA? There are certainly good jobs out there with good pay and benefits. As far as the consistent raises, it just depends what you want to do long-term. Accountants can always find a job, so in general, you don’t need to worry about providing for a family. It’s really just a question if you can provide the lifestyle you want for a mid-level management role (no reason you can’t, I wouldn’t think). Certainly wouldn’t recommend staying in PA forever if you don’t enjoy the work (you can fake a lot of things to make partner, but having zero interest or passion for the work/firm isn’t really one of them).
Currently a manager. I'm not sure I have a good idea of something else I would like but I feel best when I can tangibly see progress (crossing off to do's). I feel best when I am in the counselor role and coaching/helping other professionals but I just don't like IT controls or audit, seems like a lot of effort for very little impact/value
I'm in the same boat. Don't beat yourself up. You can typically leave for industry for a raise, better benefits, and better hours. What are you concerned about?
Feel the same, my student loans keep me locked into this job. All of the industry jobs would be a paycut
Go go industry do side business
Just go to tech better wlb, better benefits, nicer people, less politics, you get equity, similar base pay and bonus. If you’re lucky free food, gym, and clothing lol