For those applying to industry, how much does not including a cover letter hurt your chances? Does it come off as lazy and not as interested in the job?
I’m an￼ analyst that somehow managed to network myself into a proj I was really interested in. It was my first ever and found it very difficult, eventually was rolled off and my team...
Urgent Advice: On H1B status, renewal due next year. Need advice on investments/buying houses in the US while on H1B status. Is it worth it when there’s so much uncertainty? Has anyone (cont’d)
You know you're at an interesting point in life where getting fired would be the highlight of your week.
What are your thoughts on southwest assurance (Texas) raises this year? Same as last year? Better? Worse?
Any recent new Accenture alumni? Rumors of layoffs in past few weeks. Where’s everyone going in this economy?
#metoo. A client once kissed me on the lips / tried to make out with me when he was drunk. I confronted him about it the next day and he feigned ignorance / didn't remember. I have so many stories...
Has anyone exited to a FAANG equivalent (uber, airbnb, Tencent) from Big4, then further exited into MBB? Interested in seeing if it’s a possibility
After offer acceptance but looking to change location (position is in multiple cities). Should I decline this offer and interview again ?
Just finished interviewing for my dream job. Fingers crossed. Hopefully I'll hear back from the recruiter before Christmas but otherwise it'll be in Jan. Wish me luck everyone!!
Is it shitty if I resign during a busy time for my team and the bench is pretty empty😭 can’t handle it anymore, and I’m going back to school soon anyway.
What are some things you look for or questions to ask when vetting a stranger that approached you for a referral? This kid is still in college so would be looking at internships
There have been sniffles around my office the past couple days and now my throat is sore 😫 please tell me I’m not about to get sick during busy season!
I'm going through a layoff at my job. I was a programmer many years ago and have gradually moved to a Project Management role over the years. I don't really like that kind of work and see an opportunity here to reskill a bit. What are thoughts on microdegrees or certificates from the like of Coursera? I have good tech acumen, just wondering if someone would hire in the area of Data Science with one of these degrees. For info: 40s, 20+ years experience, and BBA in Computer Info Systems.