I’m surprised so many of you want to “exit to FAANG” - I find Facebook/Amazon/Google to be pretty despicable companies - Apple has questionable moral standards when it comes to making their products, Netflix seems like the best of the bunch.
23 YO Deloitte Analyst: I’m debating between a 1 year or 2 year graduate program next year, I’d want to go full time but worried about sacrificing a salary for up to 2 years. Has anyone been through this and could give me some advice?
Starting a new project in philly next week. First time to step foot in the city. Recommendation for food and fun? Already got lodging figured out.
Creatives, if I send you resources you asked for in an email or Slack and your response is to ask me send it to the PM instead, I immediately view you as a precious child. Don’t be a child.
What do you guys think of leaving and jumping to work for Microsoft? Do consider it on par with the other FAANG companies? In terms of comp etc.
Hi fish fam, trying to get a sense of consulting salaries & overall comp in Toronto at the engagement manager level. What does it look for MBB, Accenture and the big four?
BDO, Grant Thornton, RSM folks...etc why do y'all always talk down on big 4 and try to act like you have the best work life balance and y'll are so much better??
Looking for a UI freelancer (who wants to stay freelance) for a project starting next month. B2B preferred. 20+ hours a week to start, work off-site but must come in for meetings and work sessions.
Any tips on how long a project should be for a relatively new consulting analyst? Just want to get some feedback for a project that might be around 7-9 months
Any sense of the expectation of benefits (e.g. 401k match, vacation days, RSU)? Realize there’s a broad range by company and level, but curious what people have seen.
New dad that is trying to figure out how to balance life insurance choices (whole life vs term), a 529 plan, 401k, and general investments . Any advice or experience is welcomed!
Thankful to have a job that not only includes job security, caring colleagues, and interesting projects, but that also is still giving double-digit percentage raises, promotions, and $250 WFH stipends 🙏🏼 Trying to slow down and count my blessings during this late night grind
I requested a credit line increase and got immediately rejected. Called the help line to figure out why, and they said my utilization is too low to justify the increase. How do I balance keeping utilization low for my credit score but high enough so that I can get a credit line increase?
Trump admin actions have been bad to age 60+ people. The market is crashing and they are most likely to be affected negatively by coronavirus.
Guys out there with kids and a stay at home mom for a wife - what percentage of your salary do you save/invest?