So I seem to already have a lot of interest from industry recruiters early on (1 year exp), is this something i should bring up in comp meetings? No plan to leave for at least another year and a half
Good questions to ask during comp discussions? I realize though these convos tend to be more one-sided.
What’s that salary website that members post here on occasion for more accurate salary data from companies like FAANG Mbb big 4 and IB? Not glassdoor, not paysa, payscale, it’s not as well known
Working on a potential offer to join leadership team of 3 co-founders as essentially the CEO-1 for 2 tech delivery firms of <50 people. They've asked me to outline an OTE based in base salary and % of revenue, haven't really negotiated this before, any insights in how to decide my ask?
Sister works at EY, during her interview process while negotiating compensation they told her that they pay the lowest amongst big 4. Anyone else experience this? Is this true?
Whats the salary for a senior consultant at Guidehouse roughly? In banking and capital markets specifically. Also how is the WLB for that type of role?
Is anyone familiar with the salary + bonus expectations for corporate strategy associate (w 5 yrs exp) at a large asset management firm?
What’s the salary band for a group strategy director in NYC? General guesses welcome, experience aside.
Love it when external recruiters ask you your salary range and then are like 🤨 and try to get you to ask for a lower range. Girl, bye.
Couple of dumb questions, but thought I’d ask in hopes that I can get back on course. 24M with the following assets: ~$30k HYSA, ~$6,600 Fidelity Roth 401k from old employer, ~$14k Vanguard (60% traditional 401k, 4% Roth 401k), $13.5k M1 Taxable acct (ETFs). I make ~$100k annually (salary+bonus). I’m contributing the max to my 401k as of this year. Questions below:
Senior 1s in the GPS practice: What is your currently salary? Those being promoted to senior 1 in GPS: Given a 10% raise, what will be your salary? Thanks in advance for your input!
Just got an offer! Any compensation research resources for comparable positions other than Glassdoor? I hope to finally do well in salary negotiations.
Folks with student loans, what's your monthly payment like? My loan is super expensive (14.5%) and a huge chunk of my salary goes in to it. Want to see what everyone else is doing!
Anyone know what a reasonable sign-on bonus expectation is for a role with a 180-200k salary? I’m thinking 10-20%?
Friend going for a senior program architect role at Salesforce, ignoring salary, how does the bonus structure work?
Best recent no points refi rates? My preferred bank has 2.375 for new 15yr mortgages but 3 for refi which is a no go for me.
I’m looking to start getting into eating better and exercising. I’m in my mid-to-late thirties and know I need to change for my health. I don’t have any idea where to start with at-home workouts and easy initial things to change in my diet to ease my way into it so it sticks. I live in NYC and don’t have room for any major workout equipment in my small studio. What are some initial resources you’d recommend for those that know nothing about how to start with workouts and dietary changes?
Do we have non-fronts here? What's your comp? I'm an A2 with starting at.....hah jokes on you monkey
Hey all, just a note. I notice that posts in this bowl tend to get much fewer responses than in others. Because the things posted here are quite important, i’d encourage you to ask them in other bowls
UA experts. Once I hit 100k MQM and have no viable path to GS, would it make more sense to keep flying UA or diversify and fly DL to get some status / rollover there?
Currently in industry. Got an offer to go back into public for a 10,000 raise. Current employer offered raise of 5,000 plus an already promised bonus to equal the 10,000. So it is now a lateral...
Best SUV in the 20k range? Open to used (2-3 years) as long as mileage is reasonable. Looking for something that’s not too big but can handle Chicago winter. Ideally would want cloth seats, rearview camera, and remote start. Thinking RAV4 or Honda CRV so far. Thanks!
Recruiter: The most we can offer for this contract position is $60 Me: *chuckle* No, that’s not acceptable. Thank you for your time. Recruiter: no wait, what about $82? Me: 😑
Got a good chuckle when I drove past this yesterday. Regardless of who you are voting for, this type of 💩 is funny.
What are MBB offices like? Are they similar to Big 4 offices? Why have I never seen 'McKinsey' written on a building like I see with Big 4