How can I accelerate my path to FIRE? Currently making ~$5.2k/month after taxes and send money to the following: - $500 for expenses (living with parents during covid) - $2.7k to max 401k and IRA with mega backdoor contributions - $1.5k towards down payment savings in HYSA - $400 to brokerage account
Anyone willing to chat / give a referral for Mckinsey , BCG , Bain? Have experience working in Security Strategy!
Plz recommend good CFA level 3 prep course?
Curious, are attorneys taking cases to sue hospitals and staff that the family members claim have ‘wrongly’ intubated unvaccinated COVID patients? As in they should not have been intubated? Saw a FB page where a woman is blaming the hospital staff that his husband should not have been intubated and says she has been contacted by many attorneys to sue the hospital.
I need a referral in Bank Of America. DM if anyone is Interested. Thanks! Bank of America
Ladies, do you ever feel like you’ll never be good enough to hold a management title or a C-Suite title? I felt like no matter how many YOE I have, I’ll never felt like I deserve that position 😕
I need a hobby. Turning 40 tomorrow. 😑 My life has been nothing but work and wine for the past 16 years. I think hitting 40 seems like a wake up call to do more than work. I just don’t have any interest in anything besides sleeping. I am very successful as an attorney but the costs have been no partner, few friends, no kids(I am thankful for that) and just nothing that makes me happy.
Hi fishes, Would like to know about Fidelity investments. How easy it is to switch projects and how is the work culture? For both Dev and support projects ? Tech stack : DB YOE: 5.1
Anyone else ever feel like a completely inadequate consultant? I'm struggling with performance quality on this project because I just feel dumb and it demotivates me to really strive to improve. Possibly also impacted by burnout because I performed well on other engagements and enjoyed my teams more. Just not sure where to go from here to get where I need to be.
I was laid off from a resource management role, working with employees approaching or on the bench, working with managers to staff projects, and support functions like report creation, scheduling, etc. Roles like this are few and many large consulting firms have frozen internal hiring. Do you think it would be beneficial to get a SHRM cert? Would that help get a "talent related" HR role? Worth the money? I have a background in recruitment as well.
Rental car corporate codes?
Which practice and level would be equivalent at McKinsey for a Deloitte Human Capital Senior Consultant?
Anyone from Citi here who could help with a referral for a role. I have the job req ID too. Thanks in Advance
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