Currently in Kinaxis, precession services base 110k bonus : 12%. Got an offer from slalom base 130k and 7%. I wanted to shoot out for senior consultant but they still offer me consultant role. Is the switch worth it. I am not particularly looking for a job change
In a fortunate position where I could have a job offer for a really exciting opportunity by the end of the week. But... it sounds like it’s going to be a ton of work, and I’m battling a year’s-worth of burn out. I’m not sure if I’m up for it, and I keep debating just quitting my current job and moving back to my parents’ house for a few months. How did you know it was time to push through vs take a step back? (I know it’s highly personal, but could use some perspective.)
Tip for you if you shipped things to hotels from Amazon. Clear those addresses out of your account. I somehow sent a bunch of things to a hotel in Chicago. Sigh.
Any tips on trying to network and interview while on the road constantly? Trying to exit into strategy & ops roles at startups it’s incredibly hard to network while traveling
Best way to prep for the McKinsey PEI interview?
Offers from two B4 firms in MCOL city. Based on information below, which offer seems better? Significant pay bump due to the change in locations from HCOL to MCOL with no state income tax (planned prior to offers being received): EY Tech Consulting - M1 175k base, 7.5k signing bonus Deloitte Ops Transformation - M1 175k base, no signing bonus (yet) Currently make 160k base as M1 but in Tier 1 city. Also planning to have a kid in the next year if that makes any difference.
I am clear-eyed and ready. I am filled with vigor and determination. I have had my mettle tested and have overcome challenge after challenge. I have studied my materials and have trained my mind stronger than ever. I carry conviction in my heart and a smile on my face. Yes, I am prepared to get rejected by MBB once again.
Looking for some guidance on salary negotiation! I know I am underpaid for my market value, but also know that my current company has better culture, better WLB, slightly better benefits, and I am in great standing/get great opportunities...so realistically I’m not interested in moving. I also want more fair comp (but we also had a tough year financially and have all been told not to expect any salary increases this year). Thoughts on how to approach?
Is getting your CFP worth the investment? I am in my 30s and plan on staying in this industry as an FA until I retire. Lately I’ve been getting asked if I offer any fee-only options and I know you can’t be fee-only unless you’re a CFP... Do we see the industry headed this way?
It's been 3 weeks since I joined IBM. I am still not allocated to any project. Is there any way where I can find suitable project for my skill set and apply for it myself?
Hey Fishes. Currently I am working as a Data Modeler with 4 years experience. I have a working knowledge of SQL, ETL. I have also learnt Python, Machine Learning. Now, I want to move towards a Data Analyst role. Will my work experience of Data Modeling, SQL and ETL be considered as a relevant experience for Data Analyst role?
Is it normal that companies ask for a (scrubbed) sample of your work (decks, project mgmt excel sheets, etc) in the final stages of the interview process? I’ve had two companies ask me for this
I’m a manager/technical architect making 155. I had a boutique reach out and ask for comp range. I said 180 flexible and they immediately ended the convo. Is 180 really that crazy for boutiques? Im in the low code space at the moment w/8 years of experience and a pretty solid pedigree? Low-med COL if it matters.
Any idea what the average compensation is for a Non-sales associate with 15 years experience and a CFP (large city)...
What is expected comp for associates in LMM and MM in LCOL (Florida, Texas, Tennessee) I was told 150k all in is average?
How much does big 4 pay for risk / internal audit for an experienced senior in NYC? Would 90k be on the lower end?
Any thoughts on Bartle Bogle Hegarty? How’s the culture, environment, work life balance?
MBB 🐠 I’ve heard that your firms generally only keep the top 20% of newer resources after 2yrs. How true is this? How likely is it for someone to get counseled out at the 2yr mark?
New to Fishbowl?
unlock all discussions on Fishbowl.