I’m transitioning from the military (CBRN and Combat Engineer) into cybersecurity. I completed a cybersecurity boot camp and I’ll be taking the Security+ exam soon. I haven’t had any interviews and I’ve received a fair amount of rejections emails. Could anyone give me some tips and possibly tell me how to improve my resume?
Hello everyone. I am a student with a strong GPA and internship experience but am worried I will not make it through the initial screening process to become a MBB analyst as as I do not go to an Ivy League school. Does anyone have any tips for standing out in the initial selection process?
I’m interviewing for an AE position at a smaller agency, about 80 people. Looking at people’s profiles that work at this agency on LinkedIn, it feels like I have more experience than all AEs there and match more with SAE levels. I know I applied to an AE position, but could I ask the recruiter about having an SAE title? Is that a bad look?
I have an interview at Deloitte US for Oracle EBS developer position, what kind of questions should I expect ?
I have an interview Friday and don’t have the hiring manager’s email. I’ve been going through the recruiter. I wanted to send an email to the hiring manager after the interview to thank them, but don’t have an email. Should I ask for their email? It is in a teams meeting and it shows the manager’s name but not her contact information
In addition, when I send my thank you, should I also send a thank you to the recruiter who is my liaison during this process?
I have so many interviews this week and I don’t want to even look at my calendar or email. I’m so stressed I hate interviewing so much
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After submitting my resume for the Global Finance and Business Management full time position at JP Morgan (my dream job!), I got a HireVue invite the next day! However, I completed it 9 days ago and still have no response....
When do we get a response in average, and after how much time does it mean I probably am not getting an offer to continue?
JPMorgan Chase JPMorgan Investment Management
Private Equity groups at Oliver Wyman, S&, and EY Parthenon have all invited me to interview. Alix Partners has reached out to build out the Galt Co acquisition. 1. Anyone else who is considering a move to private equity consulting, are you concerned with joining at what could be the peak of M&A? Are these companies being rational in such a hot market when it comes to hiring? 2. Any thoughts on the quality of these teams relative to one another?
Heads up. The Bar just emailed out invitations for two free online CLEs in the first week of may. I've been doing these Zoom courses as they are offered and it's going to significantly reduce my end of the year stress.
Hi fishes, looking for referral in Testing domain at Siemens for PLC/DCS control systems. Please let me know if anyone can arrange interview for me. Currently serving notice period.
I am not sure how, but I have never had to present a case study for an interview. I have the prompts but not sure how granular to get. How in depth with companies get when your knowledge is external and based on a few weeks of shopping around? Any advice?
Looking for a video production team - smaller and nimble to capture interviews & b-roll at a conference in Abu Dhabi. Any leads or trusted resources?
I recently attended L1 round in LTI, I cleared it and now I attended L2 round but they cancelled L2 saying your camera is not proper.Is there any chance to reschedule interview?
Need an idea about how Wells Fargo conducts interview and how to crack it.
I have 7 years experience as a UI developer.
Anyone ever feel like they did horrible in an interview but still ended up with an offer? Story time lol make me feel better 😂
I had given L1 interview- on 9th Oct
L2- on 12th Oct
Hr called on 13th Oct. Asked for details like exp ctc, yoe and np. At the end he asked some time to come with final figure. It's been 2 days. No updates after that. Also, once I told my expected ctc 7LPA for 3.2 yoe. He didn't ask for negotiations too. How long is good to wait before asking the hr.
Is it a good rule of thumb to always ask for more $ when a company gives their initial offer? (I assume most/all companies offer under the assumption that a counter is likely)
Whenever I press Enable Content, Excel crashes (and does an infinite loop). I can’t seem to break link the cell that is supposedly linked to an external source. Anyone know how to solve this?
I want to get the unique values in a column of cities (say column B:B) but only for cities that, in the region column (A:A), are Europe or Asia
What’s the best way to combine UNIQUE and FILTER to do this? Thanks
Reminiscing about travelling. Random question: which hotel had the best toiletries? My fave has to be the Asprey ones from Ritz Carlton
Anyone in nyc from Malaysia? Maybe just me but had never met anyone in our field hailing from Malaysia. Don’t be shy to connect
PEOPLE DO MAKE MISTAKES!! but My manager reacts very rudely everytime with me, And all seniors who are with him around 10+ years will assign tickets to me and they monitor me continuously.
I never had any conflicts with anyone, but i felt that they all connered me. I had a call with my director and senior director and explained about this on my last day
i never met my teammates in office since i joined and resigned in covid.
Did this happen coz i dint have much rappo with them?
Should i list references for background check? Got an offer… pros and cons to doing so vs leaving off?
Hi, I'm working at a product based company, I joined as a fresher and it has been 3 years, I have not been able to get an Offer in last 6 months of Interviewing with companies like Amazon, Cisco, Akamai, Paypal and ServiceNow, but I have got an Offer from startup for almost an 80% hike. I have put down my papers, but suddenly I'm feeling I'm making a mistake by moving into a startup, because I see people with the same experience are joining MAANG, I should've waited and tried hard?
I have code pairing round for data engineer profile.
Please can anyone provide me with heads up.
I'm really looking forward to join TW.
Recently relocated to USA. Looking for a job in Private equity Accounting in California as Fund Accountant Manager. Any leads and also, how much salary should I expect?
I have an year of experience in Accounts Receivables, and currently I am looking for a job change in either core Finance or P2P(Procurement) Domain.
It will be grateful if you can refer me for a position in your organization.
I cleared all rounds in @Pwc .
Now Hr will ask my expectation.
My CTC -15.15
Having offer of - 23.50 l
Techstack - IICS
How much should I ask from PWC Hr.
Please help me
@pwc @Deloitte @kpmg
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A company didn’t follow through with a scheduled intro phone call. I emailed during the time scheduled to see if something had come up & after as well to reschedule. No one answered me or followed up. I can’t help but feel like this is a little red flag. If you can’t follow though on an intro call… what’s your HR & the rest of the company doing? 😬
As a recruiter consultant, I have cringed at the descriptions that hiring managers share as the ideal candidate. Many have expressed wanting candidates who are between ages 25-35 🤦🏾. Like what....?!
The hiring manager spent so much time complaining about the previous person who was in the position instead of highlighting what would make me successful in the role
Interviewer is being recruited for high level remote position, but when joining a panel interview, the candidate does not cut on the camera. Big red flag as scamming for jobs since remote culture grew is becoming a big trend
When you tell your manager you are unhappy and they are excited that you are putting your notice and don't try and make any changes b/c the new person/persons they are lining up will just cleanup and make it better.
Then, they get here and you are left to train them on everything you do and your manager keeps saying "I owe you an apology" because they didn't realize how taxing and mind wrecking most processes you handled were... welcome to corporate
We expect flexibility with regard to schedules from our employees. In addition to your regular weekday hours, the need may arise for you to work evenings and occasionally on weekends. So, always be prepared to accommodate staffing demands.
During interview I was speaking to the hiring manager. Felt interview was going well. He seemed impressed by my answers, excited by my skills, and even gave me a tour of the office. At the end, he asked about my home life. When I spoke of my 3 young kiddos, the manager got a little taken back and replied Oh you have children? I said yes ages 3, 5, and 7. He then proceeded to ask me about daycare arrangements and if I can be reliable. Red flag as his demeanor changed and made me feel unworthy.
When hirings managers ask illegal or unethical questions that is not relevant to the job or skills needed for the role like...
How much are you making at current job
Are you pregnant or have any children
Do you have reliable daycare
Do you have reliable transportation
Do you have a criminal record
Have y'all experienced this?
During the pandemic I lost my job and was desperate. I found a 5 month tax law internship to full hire and applied.
Description: “$20/hr to JDs, $15/hr to JD students”.
This was our convo.
Me: …I graduated from law school a few months ago…
Interviewer: so I’ll be paying you $15/hr if you’re hired… I’ll let you know in a week
Me (in no position to negotiate): umm… okay
*3 months later*
Interviewer: You’re hired! However it will now be an unpaid internship, are you still interested?
The hiring manager didn't want to move forward with a candidate because of his gut feeling. The candidate had the experience and skills necessary but couldn't put his finger on why he didn't want move forward.
The only answer he could was that she asked if pay could be changed and asked about benefits.
I smell bias all the way
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