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If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing in consulting/ your job, what would it be?
Love personal finance/investment strategy, but not a big salesperson and really dislike the wealth management industry. Anyone have suggestions on a career fit?
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How does everyone get their sports news? I'm not interested in spending much time watching sports, but I do enjoy them, and I find I miss out on rapport, etc since I don't. A few min of sports center in the morning or something? Trying to stay in the loop without sucking 2hrs/night watching sports
Anyone subletting in April for a month or two? I’m having a baby and my family will be flying in. Prefer them to be close, I’m in Soho/Nolita area
Interested in eventually exiting into wellness tech.... what are the best consulting firms to start at?
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Anyone currently employed or used to work at Hanover? Curious pros and cons. Any agents that work with them have any feedback on the company?
Any one working in Emirates NBD in tech roles?
What kind of incentives do you offer your GTM teams for cross selling and collaborating? We are trying to come up with ways to incentivize our teams for collaborating. This includes sales support as well. Any examples or ideas would be helpful.
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I’ve been out of work for 3.5 yrs. And I just got hired to b a customer service rep. (Which I have experience in) For a huge company. It is 100% remote, I am so excited to start, but I am freaking out because I have 2 kids, oldest is 3 and youngest is 1. Will I be able to do it ? I will have to b on the phone here and there. I’ve never wfh. I guess I’m asking for reassurance and experiences, as well as tips
What's the compensation American Express offers for 5.3 years of experience? I had cleared the interviews but looks like HR won't meet the salary expectations.
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Is public accounting worth it long term? I m a Staff 2 in audit and debating if it’s worth it to stick it out as senior. I dread going to work everyday and got put on 2 more busy seasons 6/30 & 9/30
Currently in east coast and looking for PA jobs in bay area. Any firms that I should avoid?
SL is Business tax.
I know companies track ( can track) what we do on firm computers but what’s the extent of it? If I check my bank accounts online on firm computer, can the check or track balances, account numbers?
Got an email from a Point 72 recruiter. Has anyone heard of this company? If so, how is the reputation?
Why do certain Tax Sub Service Lines at EY require a CPA license to be promoted to Manager and others don't?
I have no idea what I want to do after PA but I know I don’t want to be here and I want nothing to do with financial reporting. I love being client serving and making people happy. Help?
Noticed GT announces its new partner class publicly every year (http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160815005083/en/Grant-Thornton-admits-47-partners-principals-firm). Do other Big 4 accounting firms do that as well?
Your level and salary? I have always wondered how much the seniors get compensated to get them work such unreal hours..
Does anyone have any tips for year 2 associates? I always feel like I’m not good enough and often feel dumb so any advice would be appreciated 😅
Any recent Oregon CPAs here? I'm struggling with the essay- I don't know how much detail they're looking for.
Motivation is so much needed.
My fellow, I think I’m drained. It has become very hard to make it to work. I have no motivation, feel disconnected and stagnant. I do not know how to get myself back on.
I interviewed for a position in industry. It got to the point where they brought up salary. They told me the range and it was shockingly low. This would be a lateral move from public to industry but the high end of the range was 30% lower than my current salary. I was frank that the salary was way too low and that in all honesty it was way too low for that level of role. It’s crazy that some companies are so out of touch with market rates especially in this job market. You have to pay for talent
As a new audit manager, is it a good career path to leave for a senior financial analyst role at a large Fortune 500 company? Salary is about 10% more. Or should I keep on looking for a accounting manager job?
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