Hi Fishes, Epam vs FactSet... Which is better? Epam offer: 17.5 fixed CTC+ 1 lac joining bonus FactSet offer: (13.5 fixed + 10% variable) 15.8 CTC I' m looking for good career growth, hikes & decent work-life balance. Please help me with your views.
🐠's need Advise. I am tempted to move to another big 4 for better pay. Considering speaking to PPED regarding my compensation before making a decision. As a senior 2 earning 89K. Is that standard?
For SFA folks out there (especially in Canada), how reasonable is it to ask for a signing bonus? This would be meant to cover accrued and unpaid bonus + unvested stock from the prior employer.
I should have trusted in you earlier than I did Cathie Wood. Should have purchased a lot more ARKK earlier this year, but hesitated because of the expense ratio. But over the past few weeks, I realize that this actually fits well out into what I'm aiming for in my taxable investment portfolio in terms of allocation.
Campus hire. New to investing/retirement savings. I know it’s important to “max out my 401(k)” so I selected my pre-tax 401k contribution to the % that my employer matches to on my account. Is that al
I'm through the HR screening and have a senior associate round 1 interview with S& FS coming up and am looking for some pointers. Been at my current job for 3 years so am rusty with the interview process. Any case or behavioral tips? Thanks in advance.
Given all the recent buzz about expected large raises around the big 4, I’d like to level set on the average salary for a 4th/5th year female senior manager in federal tax ( credits & methods group) in the Midwest - Chicago/Minneapolis/Detroit market. Anyone willing to share a range if they work in a similar area of tax / similar level? I recognize all groups vary greatly in salary expectations, so looking for input specific to my area. Current expectations set at 140-160k. Reasonable?
75k salary with 180 hours a month billable for a civil premier defense firm......seems a little low on $$$ for the billables ...I’m a second year associate ....any thoughts?
Do I need to put in my 2 weeks after the perfomance bonus pays out to get it? Or will it pay out if I put them in before but am still employed on Oct. 15th?
What is everyone's company standard salary increase for promotion? Found out today mine is 12% and anything higher must be approved by a VP.
Salary negotiation tips / tactics?
How do you 🐠 stay motivated at work? There’s nothing wrong with the work I’m doing - it’s challenging and technical, and tests a range of skills, but I’ve been on my current project for so long that I get no more ‘intellectual kick’. When I wake up, I question what I’m achieving by staying cooped up in my room, cranking away on excel for another 12 hours. I still love consulting, but not sure how to stay as upbeat anymore. All tips appreciated.
Which looks better: 1) tier 1 undergrad, mediocre work experience after college 2) average undergrad, equally mediocre work experience after college Would adcoms view (1) unfavorably since they could have landed a good role after college but didnt? I know everyone has their reasons for picking certain roles, but trying to understand how adcoms will view it especially if theres no obvious explanation e.g. going to no-name IB or consulting after college, audit, etc
Are there any public firms out there that don’t have billable hours requirements all year? I know that’s the norm just wondering if a unicorn exists
Working on my couch in PJs. Work feels like a big ol’ slumber party with PowerPoint and Zoom. I think I’m adapting quite well to the new normal.
Looking for some support as my mother is about to start chemo next week. She relies on me for support and I am someone who has always struggled with anxiety myself (cont)
my wife and I will make around 350k HHI next year. should we do a mega backdoor Roth and Roth 401k or traditional trad IRA/401k? we live in Seattle, so no state income tax. HHI will likely rise for..
Manager 4, likely getting a 4/almost always with good, but not great utilization (~65-70%) but not getting promoted. Am I at risk of getting canned?
So is pre-promotion a busy time to jump firms? In case people don’t get promoted, leave immediately?
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