Hi all, Need your advice on a career move. I’m currently working in France as a Security Consultant (Freelance) and got offered a new role as a Security Architect. I used to act as an Architect before and it’s great. But basically I’m eager to stay in a position where I can really develop useful security skills. The role I’m currently doing in not that technical. But the company hiring me for the Architect one is firing a lot of people right now, earning less too.. what should I go to?
That Deloitte hack could’ve happened to any of our firms, sucks for the firm but really sucks for fellow 🐠 who have to respond to client questions. Good luck out there!
I have never invested in 401k for the fear of h1 visa and stability. Am I loosing out on free firm money? Same goes for house.. shall I buy a house or keep renting / stay corporate housing?
Interview, during questions for me, I asked the interviewer a question of how your company does things and how my current company does things, he said “unfortunately, we operate very differently”. Con
Any advice on how to prepare for an informal interview chat with a partner in big law who is in charge of student recruitment? Im outside of the normal hiring period but was told by some that firms can hire outside of the recruitment cycle on a case by case basis
Would it raise a red flag if my Uber is 100??? I'm flying into another airport and don't really know whether it's okay. Expenses typically aren't an issue on my project but I'm concerned of red flags
This pandemic has been bad. Disrupted (prevented) exercise routine due to living circumstances and health reasons, my interpersonal skills at work have been dulled significantly. Like everyone else, there was a lot of disappointment with raises, promos etc. I'm on rejection number 17 for exit opps in the last three months as of today. I feel like a broken person. So much stress would be relieved with a new role and a little raise. What's next?
Anyone know anything about Censeo? Talked to a recruiter today and the salary is good but it’s tiny
I'm contracted but it's one of those positions that will have you for like life ... So not moving up on the corp ladder and salary increase is like 1k a year if that. Should I leave? NYC 63k
Interviewed for a role at Fortune 500 on Friday. Haven't heard anything back and recruiter told me he'd have an update for me by early to mid next week (which is this week)....thoughts?
With everything going on and a recent layoff, I’ve really been reevaluating my life. Is it dumb to leave all $ and perks behind for more fulfillment and passion. I’m looking for a new job but... cont.
Not a good day to start my 2 week vacation! Flight is scheduled to depart in 2 hours from ATL and still shows as on time . Pray for me 🐠s
I just got a full time offer starting next year in Chicago. I am from TX, do I have to get my CPA in IL or can I get it in TX? There’s a scholarship I am applying for and it’s for future TX CPA’s.
Watched the movie Abominable with my kids (cute movie overall) and I noticed that one scene had the map of China showing them owning the South China Sea. ....
How many consultants (perhaps at M/SM level) exited to big tech, and finds the scope of work is super insignificant & your consulting/management experience under utilized?
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