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Got exit row on regional air jet, but guy next to me is so big I can't sit up straight without touching him. Happy Monday!!


I'm definitely more productive remote. The office just provides too many opportunities for socializing. Plus I wouldn't feel ethical billing my client for my midday nap.


I was told by my recruiter that Deloitte Consulting doesn't offer sign-on bonus. Is it true?


Moved to industry. I get paid a lot (🙏🏼), have lots of flexibility in hours and remote work (🙏🏼), but jeez am I bored. Literally it’s PMO all day... sorry to be ungrateful, but thought I’d vent.


Traveling coach with the family today, amazed how people cannot simply read a number on a boarding pass. I get that people may not travel as much as me but I can't think of any adult that cant count


Thinking of jumping ship to one of the Big4. First choice is Deloitte maybe PWC. I wanted to know thoughts on KPMG and EY. I hear they were on the weak on the consulting side of things.


Anyone else feel completely clueless about retirement options and all of the backdoor-this and max out-that hacks? I'm in my early 30s and feel like I should have a better handle on this by now but I end up just leaving it to a standard 401k contribution to a random set of funds I know nothing about. Am I cutting myself short here? Or missing some really important secret?


Anyone at EY ever buy 2 dinner and save the other one for lunch?


Who do you tell first when you resign? HR? Practice partner? Engagement partner?


Does pwc have a town car service we can use? Ubers have been unreliable and it'd be nice to have a ride scheduled ahead of time


Is 1 year as an analyst enough to start applying to other consulting firms to try to break into strategy or to companies for corporate strategy roles?


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