Twitter thread regarding Microsoft employee salaries, it’s the same thing everywhere folks. Particular the tweet that says employees leave for Amazon/startup to boomerang at a higher salary https://mobile.twitter.com/i/events/1172594652018614282
Booked a solidcore class and couldn’t make it bc of a last minute client meeting. Can I charge my missed class to the case or do I just lose out on the $37 ? I’m on a local project FWIW.
Any recommendations for a good relaxing vacation for my best friend and my birthday? Maybe a spa? Looking to stay in the US
Anyone have any personal insight to EYs global compliance and reporting in Chicago is like (actually day to day, group, pay, etc)? Says the role involves “global tax project management” I’ll do a pre interview to figure out exactly what it entails but was hoping for some personal insight beforehand. I’m a senior (w/JD not sure it matters) in big4 SALT group and the idea of never having to do compliance was a huge draw but I do enjoy SALT consulting.
Rankings of the Big 4 for: 1. Highest paying 2. Best company culture 3. Greatest opportunity for personal growth 4. Highest turnover/burnout
This feels like such an alcoholic industry. Fellow non-drinkers, what is your reason and how do you manage? I feel like the odd one out all the time.
How long did it take you to get staffed on your first project? At what point should a new hire be concerned that they aren’t staffed?
A pattern I've observed lately -- women I've asked out have given me the same reason to not go out -- it's friend/roommate's birthday. I know I'm being turned away but couldn't help wonder whether
Do you see the managers / partners in your firm as leaders or bosses? For you, what’s the difference?
If you live in NYC/SF, how much money do you need for retirement? My target is 2053 and currently as per my advisor’s plan I am all set for 2053 at $4.7MM. Feels low to me.
Delayed my start date hoping for a 5k bonus (what the class above me got last year) and got 2.4k. Feeling like a 🤡 rn
What was your favorite brand stunt for Game of Thrones? For me it’s Shake Shack, but i might be biased since i already loved shake shack and it was so fun sitting on the dragonstone throne
What’s the best way to position myself as a lateral analyst for an IB given a non-IB background? Does it make more sense to focus on boutique/Middle Market companies? Any advice appreciated.