Hi everyone! I am bachelors in architecture with over 5 years of experience in architecture, interiors and planning. I’m looking for some new job opportunities.
Could someone advise the brand/type of shoe that is good for long walks (say 3-5 miles) and is comfortable? I’m not a runner but like long walks and hikes.. thank you
Sharing some good news and good vibes as we start a new week. My husband just found out that he passed the TX bar!!!
Who else got good news recently?
I want to not let the little things bother me, and let it go. But having trouble dealing with it. Any advice?
I have a interview for system design round for SAP ABAP. Can anyone help what kind of questions they ask.
How hot is the market still? Contemplating leaving somewhere after 3 months, as it was a bait and switch
List of benifits in EY GDS
I have a few tickets to NH7 Weekender (25th-27th Nov) that I wish to pass on to someone who might be interested in going.
Price: 3.7k per ticket ( Early Bird)
- Festival Passes (3 days)
If anyone is interested, DM!
In a weird, twisted way, I will miss him.
Top 3 law school, admitted since 2014. Went into public interest law but want to move to the private sector for higher pay. Is big law possible? What are good options?
I am STRUGGLING with my account team. Our lead is out 3-4 days every week and his junior is not able to cover, mixed with a lot of work is not clicking. I’m trying to go empathy first, but it’s pulling a lot of projects, off process, off timeline, off budget. Any advice?
Looking for job change performance Testing with loadrunner and JMeter monitoring exp with dynatrace and appdynamics 10.5yrs of exp. 30days notice Looking forward for refferals thanks a ton
I took this entire week off and it feels so good to wake up and not feel anxious about hopping on a call about work I couldn’t get to over the weekend
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Feeling like my life is racing by being on the road 20 years, and saddens me that when I get home tonight my SO leaves on a business trip.
Any thoughts on the put down, “Ok, Boomer”
Any male 🐟 that can share the experience of starting alpha blockers? I take it at bedtime and feel like I have a head cold in the morning. Dizzy all day too.
Yesterday my younger brother called me looking for good hidden swimming spots in the mountains. He was up there with a bunch of friends and their original plans had fallen apart hard. And I go much more often than he does.
I told him I had map pins that are EXACTLY what you need for these hard to find places. I can send them in 10 mins when I get home.
Reply? Forget it, I'm all set.
Yep, 10 mins is too long. Here I was expecting "Wow! That's fantastic!" How silly of me.
Anyone experience ageism of late?
Do you use or have you used First Command Financial Planning? If so, what’s your experience with them?
Does anybody have any experience getting a Grandpad or Jitterbug (or similar) for an elderly relative who is not local to you? My Dad is reluctant to carry a cell phone and never uses the flip phone I got him 10 years ago but maybe if it was more basic /easier to use he would (?) I told him if he goes out walking he should be carrying one. He has a history of falling a few times a year and I want him to be able to call 911 if he needs to. I’m a plane ride away. He lives by himself. He refuses
My observation is that it is hard for consulting partners to land the quality public or private board roles everyone naturally targets. Despite there being a significant amount of exceptional talent that could be deployed, there is a big bias against consultants. Everyone wants “operators,” but I feel every board could also benefit from one current or former consulting partner. But sadly, that’s not the way the external world looks at things...
53 here and thinking about the future - looking at a major decision point at 60 and then seeing where I am at that point. Opinions and plans on transitioning to “the next phase”?
For your kids and also to do as a family
Has anyone here ever tried negotiating “at will” employment terms in the US? I’m curious what specific terms folks have asked for and how the potential employer reacted.
It will never be the same again
Saw a post today where a young woman opines that 55 should be mandatory retirement age - assumes we are all on boards and wealthy.
Anyone else have trouble separating who you are from what you do? I think a lot of our generation built our self identity around our work. If I take my work away, I'm not really sure who I am.
Is anyone changing their retirement plans based on COVID-19 realities and the future of work.
What’s the next move when you’re this age, at plateau of career, not going any further and burned out, but have to work for at least 5-7 more years? Would love to hear from those who made a fulfilling move.
Bono Admits He’s “So Embarrassed” by U2’s Music
What are the benefits of a trust in estate planning for a single person with assets around $2m?
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