Started a job at a tech company. People, culture, hours, benefits/pay is great. However, the role is not what I was expecting. It’s junior & administrative/sales oriented. I thought it would be more analytics & strategy based. Just got another offer for a corporate strategy role. Culture isn’t great, pay/benefits aren’t as good but decent, but I’d learn so much more in the role & it’s a manager title . What do I do? I’m early in my career. I’m happy rn but the role isn’t good career wise
Which museum in NYC around midtown is best for 1 yo. Planning a day out in the city around midtown. Things to do in this weather with a 1yo baby??
just ran the numbers on the class of students i started with at ad school in 2018. I dropped out for a full time job at an agency. So did one art director. 3/6 writers graduated (40% dropout rate). 4/22 art directors graduated (82% dropout rate) Did this happen to your ad school too or is this some weird covid thing?
Hi! I’m a senior graphic designer newly laid off looking for a new in-house creative position. Let me know, thanks
a friend told me the external hire senior associate gets 57k at publicis, where internal promotion only gets 51k. anyone else heard this?
I’m interviewing at an agency I really want to work at in 2 weeks. We have been talking for a few months and now they are flying me there to meet everyone. This will be my first interview after 4
How is PWC advisory post MBA track - assessment process, wlb, salary, career progression? Any chance for experienced hires who were not recruited from their business program ?
Seniors, stop doing this! Everytime I ask my Senior a question, she answears me back in a rude way being bitchy and ironic as I was supposed to know. I hate this! If I'm asking is because I dont know. Also, she just throw a project at my without me explaining and when I go to her asking, the rudeness is back. She is an accountant, Im a lawyer and when she needs my Law skills she is so kind, but when is the other way around...geez 😒 this week I decided to do something by myself (cont)
Any tools or resources out there to help understand cost of living adjustments. Potentially moving to Bay Area and would like to see what new comp will get me compared to current city and salary.
Going back to work in a couple weeks after being on maternity leave. Already sad and upset at the thought of leaving my little one. How do you cope those first days and weeks back to work?
How do you stay healthy while working crazy hours and being on the road? Share your tips and tricks on how to stay on top of your health goals.
Results of Career Outlook Discussion: 👔🔥=🕵🏼😎. Partner and HR let me go over the phone, promoted last year to SA, but this yr low utiliz. "Severance" 2 weeks pay+PTO cash out. (Cont.)