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Parthenon people: what is the % base raise between 2nd and 3rd year (Associate to SA) for a given rating? No need to post whole $ figure, just trying to estimate what I can afford in rent next year.

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Completely agree with you... Did you get slammed with an industry you don't like or case-type?


Haha that's exactly the line, you're so right. I just want to ask, "when is the firm NOT at capacity?"


Curious as well

After getting a staffing email today, I kind of need this to be a good number to incentive me to stick around 🙄 really do like this work but am kind of fed up with the constant disregard from staffing


Oh wow. One of those nights.

Case is meh (BC tech thing) but mostly just pissed about the process. Have been trying to talk to staffing for over a week about preferences bc they have been "too busy" since January to catch up. Ignored my emails and staffed me on a case with the one person at the firm who I've said could make me quit. Thinking about talking to GB and DH if we have to work one-on-one...think that's appropriate or overboard?

I know our staffers fuck everyone on a daily basis so don't want to complain too much :) just kind of at a low point

Not sure who GB is that you're referring to but have had similar experiences. DH might not be a bad bet. the excuse I always get is "I'm so sorry to put you on this but we are packed to capacity and you're the only one available!" Really? Every single time? Some people have somehow games the process and get gold stuff but really no visibility into how

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