I realized tuition reimbursement is the biggest Catch-22. We get 10k per year given the work hours and travel, it's nearly impossible to complete a part time masters degree
What do you do when small local firms won’t give your resume the time of day, but everyone you ask for resume feedback on says your materials are fine? These aren’t big law or boutiques, we’re talking probably paying $20-30 an hour part time as an associate with firms of 1-3 attorneys generally. I know biglaw is recovering from COVID but has it really hurt small law so badly getting an interview is next to impossible? Any and every practice area. Work is work. Approx. 500k local population size.
What’s the average hourly rate for a Creative Technologist these days? 5 years of experiential work and working with C-Suite experience.
Characteristics of a small bank? Worked with larger banks but this is my first small, community bank. Want to understand the culture on next project
When you hear something like “There’s this girl on my project...” do you think it’s bad form to call a woman a girl? There’s no alternative to girl, like guy, but why not “woman”.
Darden vs Yale SOM full time program? No dollars at both. - Location Agnostic - MBB/ Product Management at FAANG - loved the vibe and culture at both schools
Team dinners are the worst...almost 10 pm and no end in sight...why do ppl enjoy spending the ENTIRE night at a restaurant talking about work/the client?...
Have an interview with a streaming tech company in a data analytics & consulting role. Any suggestions on how to prepare for case interview round?
Should I get out of this industry while I still can? (Scared of all the layoffs and wondering if I can still have a long career in advertising)
Even with all the info out in the open, it’s clear that stealing others’ work gets you hired, and being a whistleblower gets you fired. What does this mean for the rest of us normal, honest folk?
I asked intern via Skype if she could walk to the printer and grab some papers for me since I was dialed in to a call at my desk. Responded “No, I don’t do intern work”..what’s a fair reaction to that
Is there any way your coworkers could know ahead of time if somebody and who is getting fired soon? Or is it impossible for staffs/seniors to know this?
Has anybody just laid it all out in an exit interview? Gave my two weeks and I’m concerned about ethics - mostly the reason why I’m leaving.
Laid off a week ago and scared shitless. Feel depressed, worthless, and terrified I won’t find another job ever again. Just started an SSRI I won’t be able to afford once my insurance runs out.
Switching birth controls from nuvaring to pill for the first time in years (thanks shitty health insurance) and I’m sooooo afraid of getting bad hormonal breakouts in the first few months. My skin is pretty clear, I get minor hormonal breakouts before my period and I have a good skin care regimen. Any tips?
After COVID has settled down and we start to level out again, I am going in-house. Agency life is 1000% not for me and I don’t think it ever will be. I just want to have a well-balanced life.