Hi all - I’m working as a Jr AE at a remote agency. Before full-time at this agency, I interned there for 2 years and often did pro-bono work. I love my company so much, but I often feel stuck when it comes to salary and growth. The salary is minimum wage and every time I ask about a raise they agree I need one but never get around to it. Today, I was offered a position at another agency as a remote AE with more than double my current salary. I didn’t seek this job out but don’t know what to do.
Will taking a Consulting Internship with Crowe hurt my chances of receiving an MBB of Big 4 offer? Should I instead be looking at a finance or tech internship next summer?
I have over $1k in United vouchers that will expire at the end of the year. Platinum Elite. Worth calling to see if I can get expirations extended? Gonna be hard to travel at all this year..
Does anyone have a suggestion or could point me in the direction of a potential volunteer speaker who could speak about mental health issues and self care to a school board and staff group, virtually? (I’m a school attorney)
Currently at FAANG in a Client Solutions role. I’ve been here for 6 months, have the opportunity to potentially transition to BizOps or Product (in title, work is more implementation focused) in 6 months. Just got a Sales Strategy offer for a tech company but not FAANG. I like the team, pay is equal, and it’s remote with monthly travel. Scared of burning FAANG bridge with potential move out but also dislike my role because I hate sales and want to do strategy work. Thoughts?
I’ve been working hard this year, but I’m concerned I won’t get a promotion at the end of the year due to covid (we’ve had severe pay cuts/furloughs at our company). Any advice?
What would you think if an interviewer told you the firm culture is “entrepreneurial, aggressive, and doesn’t do hand holding”?
Big 4 consulting offer, FAANG program manager offer, or financial services industry offer? Assume they are all for same comp package. What would you take?
Would you rather work for an incompetent manager/partner or work with an incompetent client?
What made you guys choose IB over consulting at an MBB/T2 out of undergrad? Just started doing M&A strategy and now am contemplating which path to pursue
Has anyone here used EY Law for marriage green card? I know it’s “free” but I had a bad time with them processing my L1 visa 1.5 years. Has anyone done the GC process by themselves (ie no lawyers at all)
Anyone from Microsoft who has non FS federal positions in technical manager position of senior developer roles around Reston area? I had couple of interviews but they wanted FS and I don't want to get it... thanks
If you get an offer a few days before you have a final interview (or while you're waiting to hear back), is it okay to ask for some time? Or do they expect you to answer right there? i'm in the final round for 2 different media positions in 2 completely different places (NYC and NC) and things are moving really quickly for both. the NYC job is my dream one but they're both offering $40k so i'm conflicted. any advice would be helpful lol
Going to India (from NYC) in October with wife. Any recommendations for points/miles bookings? Current points status for ref.: Delta-134k, SPG- 200k, Amex- 50k
If you started working at a company for like a year as a staff level, for example 2019-present, and this is reflected on LinkedIn, do you guys update any promotions to show it as (the date or year of promotion) -present... or just show it as 2019-present? I’ve seen people do the latter more but is that even right?
I needed some advise. This is my last attempt on H1-B lottery. I was planning on initiating my H1b lottery from an outside consultancy as well along with my current employer so that I have better chances. I wanted to check if that is legal and I can have multiple H1b filings from different employers? Thanks.
What do you think of this exit opportunity: tech consulting -> AML transaction monitoring at a bank?
I got an email last night from a 7th-grade parent because her son said I mentioned the words "male privilege" in class, and she is very concerned about how that is related to ELA (she said "reading"), and she is concerned about this being taught in public schools. To be clear, I didn't do a lesson on this subject but we did discuss rights versus privileges. I've had multiple parents contact the school/get upset with me because of things like his. It's exhausting... Thoughts?
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