Lmao about all of the liberals losing their minds. Guys, if Either party had put up a decent candidate, this wouldn't haven even been a contest. Let's not kid ourselves about the alternative.
What are project manager roles at FAANG like? Is the work exciting? Is comp similar to other positions. Thank you in advance for your insights.
Single filer, I ended up owing taxes both to the IRS and the state. All I had was some interest income and some minor dividend income besides the salary. I can't seem to figure out why I owe taxes when nothing has really changed except income growth over the years. I expect the company payroll to take out taxes as required given the annual salary, so shouldn't really be too much of a surprise beyond paying some tax for interest income. Anyone got any ideas?
I I have a interview with ey for a sap finance role. Can anyone help me with what the interview process looks like
I’m looking to establish comp ranges (mostly IT and tech). What are some good options that are up to date, user friendly, and overall good resource? We are primarily remote but do have a small headquarters.
Hi y'all I have a first round skills-based interview with Accenture within their wealth management capital markets practice. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
Hello- does any other firms hiring in Workday Financial s? I have tons of Oracle ERP experience looking to move to Workday. Based out of Chicago, have over 14 years of exp. happy to share burner.
Feeling like consulting isn’t the best career for me b/c of the lifestyle and I met someone who I hate being apart from every wk. But I always wanted to reduce gender gap, so I feel conflicted/guilty.
This if for my wife who is PMP certified, registered Medical Assistant (licensed) working in a reputed hospital in Seattle area and certified Physiotherapist from India (not licensed in US) she has good hold of medical background. Need career guidance in a healthcare industry how she can divert her career to corporate healthcare or medical jobs. Any advice or GE" class="linkified" target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >suggestions.GE Philips Healthfirst Amazon AstraZeneca
Had many rounds for role in a tech company that I did not end up getting. The hiring manager mentioned that there were more roles in his org and he would be reaching out if the role I applied does not work out. Would it be creepy to reach out and express my interest on other roles ( it has been 2 weeks since I got a reject) ? Really liked the company and the work they are doing.
Turned in my 2 wks. EM asked me to stay for another week bc manager will be on parental leave around the same time (and sounds like EM is pressuring him as well). Should I consider at all?? Felt a bit guilty to leave the pressure on the manager…
Does your firm reimburse mileage related to driving into the office to work overtime on a weekend? EY does, how about the other firms?
People - really struggling with this - was supposed to move to bay area for husband’s tech job. I can work remotely. But with COVID I’m not sure if we should make the move. We feel the world will move to a remote/ WFH mode. We want to buy a house and settle down before our kid arrives. Should we move to a cheaper city like Phoenix so we have a big house for cheap and 2 home offices. Am I missing anything?
An eternal recruiter reached out to me a couple of months ago about a position at an agency. They ended up putting it on hold. I noticed this agency posted a position I could go for this week. Should I run it by that recruiter for an intro/way in?
Am I crazy for thinking I can exit to PM from a T15 MBA program with a management consulting background? I know it’s challenging but is it outright near-impossible? Has anyone successfully navigated this transition?
Am I naïve to think I can have autonomy in an entry-level position? I'm a year in and I feel like I only supporting other people's projects and not owning any of my own. I'm stuck.
Looking for input from indy/RIA, wirehouse, B/D, Bank, Insurance folks all in one spot. If you have $50M wrapped at 1% (let’s just assume for this purpose)... what does that equate to for total comp?
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