I had a final interview last Thursday and was told I would hear back Monday or early this week. I still haven’t heard anything, how long should I wait until following up with the recruiter?
Anyone want to help me prepare for full round interviews? Coming from smaller firm to big law & changing practice areas. I feel really prepared somedays, other days not so much. Just got a hair cut I don’t like :( but otherwise, any advice is helpful
Posting on behalf of a friend - My friend has an interview for Senior Data Analyst (Financial Services) with EY. There are 2 back to back interviews for half an hour each, one with a manager and another with a senior manager. Any preparation tips?
Is VSA as bad as its Glassdoor reviews make it out to be? I was considering applying there, but Yikes! Those reviews tho
Hi fellow fish! Assuming you get the invite, how much time do you have to schedule the HBS interviews? Is your timeslot assigned to you, or can you select yourself? I’m trying to figure out how much time I have to prepare
If we are working for a Big 4 as a Senior Consultant and expecting a promotion to Manager in the next 1.5 years and eventually want to exit into industry, then does it make sense to exit right now or take the promotion and exit?
Post interview process - When the recruiter mentions a base salary range based on their historical data for the position and on my years of experience and this aligns with what I see in Glassdoor too, is this essentially locked in where I can’t negotiate the base salary outside of that range? Example: Recruiter says base salary range is 85-90k, but my target is 100k base, will they only offer 90k base max and try to meet my target with sign on bonus, etc?
Ever interviewed for a job you don't intend to take even if offered? Should I go, even if my interest is more curiosity and I'm 99% sure they can't make an offer that would be more attractive to me than what I already have?
I'm currently a TVC at Google and was contacted by a Google recruiter who didn't realize that I'm currently working at Google. When I told her about my current role, she said she's not sure if I can be considered and has been non responsive on my follow ups. What exactly is the policy in this case? Would my applications for a FTE role be simply not considered too?
Can anyone please guide me ,for .net developer profile at Nagarro, what's the second technical interview about. Would it be more difficult, project based. I mean what should I expect
How do you answer your current employer when they ask why you’re leaving? The truth is that I’m leaving because I’m going to a firm that has way better exit opps and MBA placement, but saying that to their face doesn’t feel like a good idea. What should I do?
What is the best way to ask hiring managers about their people development skills? Finding it kind of hard to gauge with all these virtual interviews but want a manager who will actually help me grow.
Feeling so down after being turned down for MD. And exit appears to be so hard - getting no traction in Industry or PE right now.
Had a final interview today. How long after the interview did you receive an offer? Olive
Is it reasonable to ask for 90k salary for a management position at a non profit. Well known but not like Gates Foundation.
Epsilon is hiring for given engineering roles- Java Full Stack/Java BigData .Net Developer Scrum master Quality Engineer Product Owner UI/ UX Product Support Analyst AWS Devops If interested, DM for referral
What companies are still hiring currently? Sorry if this has been already asked, trying to jump
At 45, just have 430k saving in 401k, ETFs and saving accounts. I was late starter in consulting. Any advise for making it up to always 800-1’ in next 15 years.
Any insights into compensation details for a “Security Program Manager - Tech” at Uber with 7 YOE? TIA!
Billable Hours to Salary Ratio NYC May leave my job for another and new job has a 2,000 hour billable requirement. What is a fair salary? (3+ yrs experience) any billable hour to salary ratios?
How is A&IC for Deloitte? Interviewing there but sounds heavy on the internal controls... how’s the work and WLB?
Hey ladies! I'm looking to go on a yoga retreat this summer. Looking for a bit of a spoil, so I'm willing to travel! The more relaxing and beautiful, the better.
Recently had my opinion shut down because “as a white male, I was coming from a position of privilege and could not possibly understand”. Excuse me? My skin pigmentation has more bearing than any life experience, education and past hardships and condemns me to being inherently incapable of ever being able to grasp certain concepts?
Anybody come back to the states with less than 6 months validity on their passport? Is this an issue? On H1B btw. Visa is valid.
Thoughts on cyber exit opportunities from B4 to tech or defense firms with 2 years of software security experience and active sec+? Have heard work life balance and hands on experience are more common in industry
Put in a management position after being a freelance Sr. Producer for 6 months, have no support for a year, turn the biz around, get praises for a year....no raise when raise cycle hits
Want to join a book club where we read classic books and discuss via zoom or chat. Didn’t get to put myself through college, so missed out on this sort of thing - but absolutely loved doing this in high school! I feel like it would be enjoyable to get through the hard reads together. Any leads?
Are there PhDs here who transitioned to consulting at MBB, EY-P, Altman Solon etc. I am a PhD candidate ( Earth Sciences) at UIUC and have begun seriously considering a career in consulting. I am looking for advice and/or mentorship on: 1. Crafting a consulting resume and cover letter 2. Networking as an advanced degree, how important it is? While I am in touch with some consultants from my academic background, I haven’t looked at the relationship as a potential referral as of yet.
Are people still applying after only 2 years in consulting? Seems common for MBB but I wonder how you built solid recommendations / experience in so little time post-undergrad.
My brother is applying to medical school, and apparently being AAPI/Asian/Indian yields one being bucketed into an over represented minority, so would need far more merit than means and medians, due to the high performance of the bucket. I started wondering, throughout my brother and my life, if being Asian had ever had any help- in my childhood, my Asian friends were cut throat with everything- volunteering ops or internship/family help. Brother made a comment that he wished he wasn’t Asian
I wonder if I’m too emotional to be in business / accounting does anyone have any book recommendations dealing with this? Seems not all, but most people I meet above me in the corporate ladder are kinda of bullies .. I’m just over it ...
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