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It’s bring your doggo to work day!

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Beyond jealous have fun!


Google :D


There’s also a dog-friendly EY office in Seattle 👀


Is this really a thing? What firm? Putting in my application

I’m envious!! Would love to work at a pet friendly office

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Hello everyone! Could someone give me a referral for EY or PwC, preferably in Oklahoma? Would love to have a conversation with you! Thanks!


Any Deloitte Fish provide a referral? 🙌🏻


Interviewing for what should be SD role in A&M’s public sector practice. I know it’s quite small compared to Deloitte, which is part of the appeal. Curious about how comp model differs in public sector at A&M vs their PEPI or NACR groups. What’s the culture like? Opportunities to move up?


3 years at a consulting firm or an MBA - which is the better education?


She's 22, I'm 31. Met her and we seemed to get along just fine, but the age gap is definitely worrisome. She acts a lot more mature than her age, be still...Thoughts?


Hey y’all! I have a bachelors in business administration with a concentration in management and finance, and I am now back in school to get my MBA. I been working for about 2 years but haven’t been able to get myself a good salary job. I live in Washington DC area and rent, bills and life is so expensive that I don’t seem to be able to keep up. Thinking about shifting or incorporating IT, maybe project management. Any advice??


Been on east and west coast for projects and still can't figure this out: In-n-Out burgers or Shake Shack?


Need ideas for fun and festive activities that can be done virtually. Trying to plan a gathering for my team of 7, and I’m really struggling to come up with ideas

This may be a hot take - but as a younger person, working with parents of small kids (especially new parents) is so frustrating. I frequently find myself responsible for picking up the slack due to their family commitments - it’s also somehow completely socially acceptable for kids to barge into zoom meetings screaming. I wouldn’t find it nearly as bothersome if I felt like leadership and parent colleagues took my issues and non work commitments seriously in addition to that of parents and kids


IWD - because men occasionally mistake me for a secretary or assume I'm a flight attendant


I am on bench and would like to do a certification next week. Any suggestions?


Vaults 50, thoughts?

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