I just got offered a new job at a large bank. I’ve been wanting to transition from Assurance to financial services, but this new job is for the same pay. The hours would also be much longer, and my travel/living expenses would go up if I were to take it. I’m still interviewing for other positions, but hesitant about missing this offer. Any advice?
would it look bad to go from UG to 1 yoe in industry to 6 months at tier 2 to starting at mbb? concerned it is too much job hoping that may be looked down upon in mba apps or PE recruiting
What is the best way to learn about different roles in FAANG? I was a MBB consultant in India. I am in the US now with a AI products company. I work well on the intersection of technology and business. I have conceptualised and deployed multiple enterprise products over the last 2 years. I am looking to move to a bigger organization now. However I don't want to get into corporate strategy roles. What are some other roles that could be a good fit for me?
Folks who have had unexpected medical debt: any advice on how to avoid it? It seems like one of those areas where you can get screwed badly if you’re not super careful. I’m familiar with some common scenarios (the hospital is in network but the provider is out of network) but what other sorts of things should I be looking out for?￼￼
Is there a Delta program that gives me status based on another status? Like Marriott Platinum leads to United Silver
Anyone else out there concerned that the market is going to go bear and we’ll be back to the days of endless layoffs and starving for projects?
Anybody has had any major client business related fails. For me an interesting one was we questioning CEO why they have not done (a rather obvious) cross sell to which he actually replied ‘we didn’t get around to it, but that feels like a good idea and an opportunity’ it probably costed the firm about 10-20% in profit p.a. for 10 odd years. I was amazed and horrified at the same time that he said it coz I would have been fired for much less
I’m hoping someone might have some ideas about this- I’m currently five years out of law school with a clerkship, a tax LLM, 3 years of experience doing transactional tax work and a few months of EC/VC experience (which I recently switched to from tax). I like the EC/VC work, but I don’t know how long I want to stay in biglaw. Can anyone weigh in on how employers for in-house roles might look at my experience in a year or two?
Big tech or consulting? Which do you prefer as a career and why? I realize this is really general. I’m interviewing with Accenture and Amazon and the opportunities and career trajectory or so wildly different. This would be my entrance into consulting and concerned that if I wait too long, consulting would be a pay cut without prior consulting experience. It’s already looking like a financially lateral move but high potential. Vs tech is a big jump financially but different career direction.
Want to do a mileage run before the end of the year to achieve platinum pro on AA. Any suggestions from Chicago for interesting cities to spend ~48 hours in? Ideally looking to achieve 8k+ miles
How are commercial bankers viewed in mba apps compared to investment bankers given similar stats?
Has anyone sued or been part of a lawsuit regarding gender discrimination? I’d like some advice and would be relieved and appreciative if anyone is open to talk about it via direct messaging.
I'm just letting you all know that I'm going to get an amazing opportunity, at a great agency, doing the kind of work I want, in 3 months. 😊#thesecret
How long after the final interview does EY-P take to make an offer or provide any feedback?
👋 🐠 I'm helping my brother look for college Calculus I tutor for upcoming fall semester. If you do tutoring or know a good tutor in NYC please reach out to me. Many thanks 😊
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