1 yoe as a business intelligence
developer and just under 1 yoe as a
Junior data engineer for a startup.
My current company is in talks with
me to hire me as a data engineer
right after I graduate with my
bachelors degree. From what I've
seen online (averaging 5 different
sites, I am including Glassdoor but
only the number they have listed as
the base) I'm currently expecting
about 85k base. Does this seem too
high? Just looking for some opinions
before I go in for my interview.
Please stop making those horrible Chevy ads
How do you deal with vacation guilt? I find myself feeling ashamed having to remind folks in meetings that I’ll be unavailable for X amount of time. Just me?
Hi Fishes I am 2 years 6 months experienced so shall I start applying for Jobs now or should I wait for 3 more months than start applying. My tech stack is Python with Django framework and Typescript,CSS,HTMl with Angular framework, Apart from that I have also worked upon some NLP.
Anyone surprised by their coworkers living spaces while on WFH meetings? Janice what is that rocking chair?!
Does anyone have the fire tablet for their kids? Long flight coming up and need some entertainment for 18mo. Any preferences for fire vs iPad? Or any other recs to offer?
Is doing a backdoor Roth IRA worth it? To me, I don’t see the benefit of contributing $6k post tax money to a traditional IRA then getting taxed again on the conversion to a Roth IRA. My company has a Roth 401k that I contribute to (limit $20,500 for 2022).
I have pwc management consulting associate interview in two weeks. What’s the best method to practice for case interviews? I’ve been working as a process engineer and haven’t touched on prepping case interviews as I really though I would never get an interview. Don’t want to miss this chance. Appreciate any tips or suggestions!
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