Anyone else honestly considering expat’ing to Alkebulan (Africa) and building a new life there? Workin remote but living in the Motherland? https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd79LqoD/
We are hiring a Media Buyer (TV/Radio experience required) and a Copywriter! Remote/WFH with no plans in the near future to return to office. Check LinkedIn for JD’s. Media Buyer role should be posted today!
PE is notorious for being difficult to get into unless you’re coming from IB. However, there are success stories for consultants breaking into PE even without an MBA. Which got me thinking, how difficult would it be for a healthcare management consultant to land a spot at a healthcare-focused PE firm?
Hi everyone, what is the job level of this role: Strategy & Operations Lead, gTech Go-to-market and what is the compensation range for someone with MBA and consulting experience. Thank you!
Thoughts on Razorfish Health NYC? Or switching to health in general? I'm moving to NYC and looking to switch jobs (currently working remote for a Chicago agency). RFH just reached out about an opportunity. My one hang up is switching over to health. I've worked for 5 years on a brand I legally can't put in my book; I feel like health may be equally stunting to my portfolio. I went from portfolio school to my current job.
Should I get PMP certified?
I see a fundamental issue with consultant salary/role expectations when exiting. What do you expect when exiting MBB after 3, 5, 7 years post MBA? What's your target (VC, IB, FAANG etc.)?
Has anybody heard of a green MBA? Does it have any value if you want to break into a sustainability-oriented field?
Does PWC sponsor employees for MBA ?
Something on my mind is how I often hear my white male friends complaining about affirmative action biasing their mba eligibility, but when I point out white people have it easier than Asians they become very defensive. Funny how they can see themselves as the victim but not that they benefit from the system. Would y’all agree with the premise (Asians have it harder than white people)? If so, have you noticed this white defensiveness in your life?
“If after Sept. 1, employees want to work remotely for more than 14 days per year, they will need to formally apply” So their employees can work 1 remote day per month basically? Did not expect this from Google tbh, and I know many companies have been following Google’s guidance when it’s come to remote work during the pandemic
FT remote producer jobs (unless traveling for shoots/edits) on the east coast, are you out there? I hope so! 🤞
The cyber folks have certifications of some form or the other. I once heard a partner in cyber say that you must target to get one certification per year. How relevant is it for data science/analytics? If it is, what certifications should we get?
I have heard that McKinsey allows some BAs to move quickly to EM (although sounds like it’s fairly rare to be in 3 years?). When that does happen, do they manage post MBA associates, or just BAs?
Hi everyone. Starting my MBA in the fall and have some time off beforehand. For those who are in an MBA program or who already completed theirs, is there anything you wish you brought to campus? I’m thinking specific clothes, technology, etc.? Kind of random, I know, but want to set myself up for success. I’m F and will be going to school somewhere with winter.
If they decide to go back to "remote" or "hybrid" model this school year, I am legit gonna loose it!
Anyone else have someone in their life / work or personal/ who continually brags about “knowing how to set up a zoom meeting”? It’s month three of the pandemic. We all know how to set up a zoom meeting Karen.
Thinking about paying for LinkedIn Premium. Do you find it worth the money ($30/month) for job searching?
Has anyone done or pursing Phd ERP at IISc? If so, any advise on getting a Prof advisor from IISc? Like best way to contact them and does all of them entertain ERP candidates. I am looking for EE, CSA, ECE and CDS departments
Recommendations for foot massager that does provide relief for sore heels?!? (occurring due to long hours of standing desk) Or anything else that works with folks?!?
I’m a second year associate with a split lit/transactional practice interviewing (second round) for an in house position this week. Interview is with the general counsel. Any interview tips? Wondering what questions I should make sure to ask and what skills to highlight given it’s a more entry level in house position and they know I’m coming from firm experience. Thanks in advance!
Anyone have insight into culture at Guggenheim partners? Specifically on the total return bond team?
Anyone have any insight into what it’s like working at Stripe (WLB, culture, growth opportunities, etc.)?
I've seen some open roles posted at BCG digital ventures, can anyone here share some insight as to what it's like culture wise and work/life balance etc ? Thanks in advance
Is the interview process different for a sr. coming back to Big 4 vs external sr. hire? What is the interview process for a boomerang sr at big 4? It would be at a different office so can’t rely on reputation besides a referral. Trying to gauge how much prep work would be needed. Multiple rounds? Technical and cultural fit components? Pretty standard or just sorta depends? Thanks
I'm sure this heavily firm and individual dependent, but generally what happens to seniors who don't make partner at market firms? Are they pushed out? After when? And what are the general exit options?
Got some dress shirts for Xmas that are not standard white or blue. Not a fan of diversity in my shirt color. Does anyone rock dress shirtst that aren't white or blue regularly?
Should I boomerang 🪃 back to Deloitte for high comp and to get into tech strategy? Currently have an opportunity at another firm. Would there also be a separate process if I go back?
How long Accenture takes to set up HR discussion round after informing about clearing of skill assessment round
Hey all! I was told I might get help here! I got an offer at a mid pharma for a strategy role that I’m intending to take. Partner is threatening to sue because the job offer is from a direct client that I work with. I’ve received legal counsel and have no apparent liabilities in any of my or my clients contracts (non-compete, non-solicitation, etc.). Unfortunately, that doesn’t prevent me from getting sued because I still have to defend it. Has anyone else ever been in a similar situation?
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