CISSP CPE question: Does anyone know if a Udemy AWS cloud practitioner certification course can be leveraged for Group A CPE credits on ISC2? Udemy provides a certificate with hour totals, but I didn’t know if ISC2 frowns upon these courses.
Is an MBA worth it?
Prepping for AWS Cloud Practitioner cert. Any suggested on sample test questions that best represent the exam?
Seeking to transition out of the current industry into cloud computing. Spent the last 2+ years learning and acquiring experience in AWS, CI/CD, Jenkins, AWS Pipeline, GitHub, and Terraform. Honing Bash and Shell scripting. Picked up certifications as a PMP, AWS Cloud Practitioner, and AWS Solution Architect Associate along the way. Already have an MBA. What is the best way to break into the cloud and/or DevOps community?
What do non-MBA undergraduate campus hires with 3 years of consulting experience make? PwC: SA1 makes 99k in NYC. Some are SA2s and it'd be 105k. Bonuses are shit so ignore that lol.
I am looking to get into top MBA programs. Anyone have experience applying for fellowships? Do you recommend a specific course of action or essay writing service? Thank you in advance.
1) was last year the most competitive mba app year on record? 2) will this year be tougher/easier?
Struggling to break into consulting in Chicago. Frustrating to say the least. Have an MBA and MIM (European degree) and looking for Associate level roles, maybe even lower level if necessary. Looking for advice, insight, and even intros to help me land. Much appreciated!
Anyone who has been certified with AZ-204, how much time(days) does it take to prepare for certification exam? And any suggestions on study material and prep for the exam will be greatly appreciated!!
Anyone have a test bank for the Azure 900 cert or have any recommendations on how to pass it asap. Also looking into AWS cloud practitioner
What are other firms' grad school (MBA)support policies? Can you intern anywhere over the summer or are there restrictions?
Is the SPHR or PHR license necessary to pivot into human capital? I have a MBA from a Top 15 school. Any thoughts?
SAP consultants who are certified- has your certification put you ahead of the game with all the changes within the GBS?
Any advice for someone looking to transition into a full HR Generalist role from Recruiting. I’m currently a Campus Recruiter with about 5 years of HR experience (Coordinator- Higher Ed). I received my PHR certification in September 2020 and sitting for my SHRM-CP in two weeks. I’m having a hard time transitioning into a full Generalist position.
Looking for an AWS tutor to help me prep for the Solutions Arch. cert. Linux academy and Acloud are good but I have a ton of unanswered questions and knowledge gaps. Where should I look for help? TIA!
Why did you choose to pursue an mba and when did you decide it was right for you? I have 1.5 years of experience and have played with the idea of studying for the GMAT but haven't been too sure. I want to aim for m7/t15 but I have a lowish gpa also (3.4 at a t20 undergrad)
I am looking for a job change in Linux/Unix or Cloud Computing (Azure) Administrative domain Total-experience - 4.6 years Certification - RHCSA (RedHat Certified System Administrator) Microsoft Azure Fundamentals(AZ-900) DCS+ ( Diploma in Computer Science) RHCE (Pursuing) Skills- RedHat Linux(6,7,8) RedHat Satellite(6.5) Docker Python Shell Scripting Solaris HP-UX Azure Fundamentals Cisco UCS hardware
What salary can I expect at a B4 org at D level + 20 Y with cloud certs and infosec certs (CEH, CISA, CISSP) ? Is $250K out of reach? A lot of co are reaching out to me at $125/hr.
I work in the Human Capital space and manage projects. What is worth more - SPHR or PMP? Or do either count? Obviously want to make Director and eventually more...
For benchmarking I think it’d be helpful for all on here to see starting comp. (undergrad or MBA) at top consulting firms: Firm: Base salary: Total possible per. bonus: Profit share: 401K:
If I leave PA for an IA role in industry, could I come back in 5 years at manager level?
Hey Fishes, trying to benchmark my salary here… senior associate, advisory, tier 2 city, big 4, 7 yoe in consulting, although less in the current community. What would be a good range?
Has anyone here used a service to help you find a new job? I’m looking at one where they source and apply for jobs for me. They’ll also help me rework my resume, LinkedIn, and other materials, as well as interview coaching. I’ve been looking for a new position on my own with no luck for the past 6 months. The downside of this service is they charge a commission based on the salary for the job they place you in. Thoughts or advice?
Ex-kpmg employee here so can’t post in that bowl but does anyone here know how pension plan works? I was vested based on time with firm but does the money stay there til retirement or can you request lump sum payout and invest it how you want? Thanks!
Anyone here a Product Mgr at Cisco? Would like to connect to discuss the hiring process, and get some pointers towards prep
Do recruiters from industry know our levels and progressions? At D, we go from Analyst to consultant. But another firm goes from C to SC. Does it look like I got a promotion when it's a lateral?
Just found out my healthy anti vax friend is in the ER due to covid 😂 You can’t make this shit up
So I got upgraded to Marriotts Premier Platinum Elite level. Any idea what this means besides getting a gift from them in the mail?
Any PwC Seattle tax folks here? What is the salary range like for managers and SMS? No advanced degree.
How’s the design team culture at cossette?
What’re mbb staffing models like? I heard bain was moving to more regional. This true across the board? Mck and bcg global/national/regional?
I am a CFP(tm) and a 20 year veteran looking to educate and acquire businesses from owners in GA (or the southeast) who want to sell or are looking to get educated on the succession planning process.
Typical Deloitte salary with MBA from a top 5 school? And how do signing bonuses work here, are they paid out immediately?
Do any other careers besides strategy consulting let you explore many industries, enabling you to gain a wide range of experience so that you can have a better idea of what you want to do in the future? I don’t particularly like consulting (at least in my current role) but gaining broad exposure is very important to me, and I can’t find any alternatives to consulting that provide similar breadth.
Most awkward Uber stories? My uber driver showed me a picture of her baby. Um, it was a doll.
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