When you're trying to be good and go to the office for ONCE in a Friday and then halfway through the walk it starts pouring in SF. (What drought?!)
[please be nice] At last count, I’ve gotten to the final interview 4 times this year, and then got turned down - what gives?! I don’t understand. Anyone experienced something similar?
I'm looking at rebalancing my 401K, but I need some help. Back in 2018 when I rebalanced to a new fund Y, it looks like it moved what I had in Target Fund into Y but subsequent contributions went into the Target Fund. 2 years later, the fund Y has the $2K but Target Fund grows. Can I change my contributions to consistently go into different buckets and not just the one Target Fund? Please help!
London 🐟, I'm visiting from Dallas. Anything I should check out. 28, staying in Greenwich - have Oyster, will travel...
Do fellow 🐠 out here send thank you notes after final round interview loops?!? Seems like a pain to try to have Hr facilitate forwarding in your behalf and fairly certain they can’t share email ids anyway so just wondering what the professional best practice here or if it’s not required after the final round.
Did you start STD before the baby came? And if so, did your firm give you paperwork to give to your obgyn to give to the disability company? Id like to take 2 weeks pto, then start std 1 week b4 baby
Do BCG or McKinsey send out an email letting you know you’ve been referred? Or do they just wait to contact you if you’ve been selected for an interview?
Anyone have experience taking an RM role in a more corporate industry (i.e. consulting, tax, finance)? I'm curious to see what else is out there and wondering if there are pros/cons (aside from the dress codes) or if it's a "same shit, different industry" type of situation.
Was in the interview process for 4 firms, all of which conducted 3-4 interviews. 1 extended an offer, reached out to the other 3 to pass, then the remaining 3 decided to give offers. Wtf.
New teacher w/2 offers & would love help. #1: TEMPORARY, FT position in desired district w/ great pay & support #2: Probationary, FT in low-SES, lower pay district but room to grow + diverse students
My SM is such an asshole. Now that I know I won’t get a raise for putting up with his bs I am losing motivation to work hard. The only thing keeping me going is a fear of getting laid off, but it definitely does not push me to go above and beyond...anyone else feeling this way?
Was offered a position as an experienced associate at PwC but no room for negotiation with Salary because of the cohort model. Anything else I can negotiate at PwC or is it all fixed?
Have an interview soon with EY’s TAS group For Financial/Business Modeling. Any insights or experiences would be helpful. I’ve already done a 3 statement modeling case. Will there be 1 more in person?
Is consulting losing its appeal due to the lack of travel? And if so, will firms have to raise base salaries to attract talent? (I’m specifically talking about Strategy Consulting)
Who else gets trigged by people who spent 99% of their day with a Skype status of “busy” regardless of whether they are in meetings or one calls? 🙋♂️