Can someone pls explain the current designation hierarchy in mastercard like level 5,6,7 etc?
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Any MD ladies willing to share how they got there? Feeling so burnt out and unsupported.
Hi everyone. This is probably not the best place to post this but searching for options everywhere right now. My mom is in an abusive living situation with the father of my siblings and I’m trying to find a place for her live. I live in DC and she has a stable job in Atl so living with me is not an option. She is unable to get an apartment due to poor credit and rental history. I’m willing to handle her rent, etc. If anyone is renting out a space or aware of someone who is please lmk.
I completed MBA in 2019 , with with Bachelors Degree in Mathematics and Statistics . I am good with Python ,SQL , R , and PHP also verse with tools like Power BI and Tableau . I have done it all with interviews .I recently moved from Nigeria to Canada , and this is my third month of Job search .What am I doing wrong?
Which is better in terms of wlb & learning Metlife gosc , Natwest , Thoughtworks
Ctc offered almost same
Location natwest and thoughtworks gurgaon Metlife gosc noida
Hi Frontend heroes... I'm a new guy here.
Need a bit of guidance regarding job change.
I have 3 YOE (relevant 3 years in react)
what should be the expected salary I should be asking right now and what companies should I target.
**By the way I don't know DSA**
Please help me guys... much thanks..
How are accentures bonuses typically?
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How do I stop my ESPP contributions? When I go in to change it, it lets me go down to 1% but not cancel it completely. Sorry if this is a silly question...
Is anyone here on Growlr?
What is everyone’s opinion on going into a less demanding field while my kids are young. The pay is comparable to an attorney. However, I do not want to completely ruin my attorney career because I’m not sure if the short term job would be a long term career option.
Hello. I am a Spring 2022 Masters graduate, possibly aiming for a full time conversion in a retail company that I am doing my internship at. My internship is that of a Data analyst. I also have an MBA and 2.5 years of work experience in Financial analysis (from India). Though I am new to tech, I was doing analysis before.
I was told I might be good for a level 2 position. I am hoping to understand the salary range I need to aim at?
Were there any layoffs in EY FAAS practice in last 5 years in Chicago office? How stable is EY FAAS?
Hi fishes,Can Employer PF is part of CTC ?I guess no where I have seen the employer PF inclusion in ctc breakup like below. Also why they are deducting Employee PF contribution from the ctc and calculating net salary? Is this correct approach?
I’m looking for any financial due diligence roles. Are there even any staff/associate positions? High performer in government audit
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I think overpaying in a high interest rate environment is not ideal, but you can always refinance in the future. If you feel comfortable handling the mortgage then go for it. Comfortable with mortgage includes being comfortable paying it at a lower income.
Yes. Your interest rate is like 7%+ and house prices are incredibly high still (at least the market I'm in).
Does it matter? It's done now.
Are you buying at your current income level, or one more sustainable in the future.
They call them golden handcuffs for a reason and having a large mortgage with a high interest rate on an underwater property are some pretty strong cuffs.
I am having buyer’s remorse but the only saving grace is that it’s a two family house and I have renters paying half of my mortgage.
That’s a good scenario! If you love it don’t overthink it.
What were the circumstances leading you to paying over listing?
Generally housing values only go up in the long term & it sounds like this will be an investment for you so don’t sweat it too much
It’s still equity being built on each payment (albeit a tiny amount your first few years of minimum payments), so even if it’s more then you’d usually pay, at least you’ll get something out of it when you leave, even if just a recoup of the closing costs. You’d have nothing if you leased.
Would have been nice to buy in 2021 when it was 2.3%, but I’m in a similar boat with having a higher payment then I’d initially expected. Che sera sera. Just hope values stay up enough for me to lose the PMI next year