Business Tax Services at KPMG vs STS at PwC vs Quantitative Services at EY (Fixed assets, r&d, cost seg, etc). I am looking to make a move. I was wondering is there any growth within the quantitative services team? Is it a boring job? Which Big 4 has stronger Business Tax Services practice?
Can I ask my current employer for a pay raise upon graduation with a technical MS degree? If so, how much? Thanks in advance!
How do you leave a project when you're about to leave the company? Potential to start a project next week but am anticipating leaving the company with an offer sometime soon.
How does the CSR lounge access work if my priority pass card hasn't shown up yet? Can I use it instead in the interim?
Sick and tired of seniors saying “it’s really easy” when they forget we haven’t seen this before and giving zero explanation when you ask a question lol thanks guys 🤷♀️
Should I feel bad about spending ~1k in food this month? I've been all alone this holiday season so food is my only comfort...
What happens to your 401K when you leave the US
Any insight into Mastercard Advisors? Have a new grad opportunity there. My start date at a B4 strat got postponed so decided to interview around. I'm interested in data + analytics and would want to go into industry eventually, but conflicted because unlike BA programs at CapOne or Visa, you're still working for an external client. Feel like there will be a broader variety of projects in B4 and while I'm casually interested in fintech, I don't want to get pigeonholed in FS so early on
I'm sick of these politicians and their empty campaign promises. I want my Badacaf-care now!
Asset Managers - what’s life like? Interviewing with an asset management company this week and not sure what questions to ask to get an inside scoop
Does anybody knows someone who works in the pharmaceutical/medical sales field? My husband is currently looking for an opportunity to break into the field but haven’t gotten any interview yet (he has been applying for almost 2 weeks now). We are located in Virginia and he has a BS in Biology + B2B sales experience at a F500 company. Appreciate the help sisters!!
I'm in Silicon Valley, and been in the industry for about 15 years now. Fell into the corporate in-house role and been in those ever since. I primarily do marketing/brand design. I'd love to get to AD level, but I think my main issues has been that I rock the boat a lot and don't play the "corporate game well", piss off the wrong people. Does anyone have any advise for how to advance in corporate environement while keeping the integrity of creative alive?
Do any of you struggle with the "tell me about the most stressful situation" interview questions? It feels inappropriate to talk about my non-business experience here, but the interviewers have my CV and know that I was in military. And it was way more stressful than consulting. How do you all handle this?
Had an horrible experience at ORD, first the flight got delayed because of mechanical issues, then I was given a seat on another flight when I gave the premier line a call but when I reached the gate
I’m in consulting because in my undergrad business school culture it was either finance (non corporate) or consulting. Industry was seen as failure. I never gave it second thought. Anyone else?
Does anyone know of any DC area agencies are embracing full-time remote/hybrid right now?
I’m burnt out on taxes; I wanted to do 10 returns a year, if that. Looking at an accounting manager position with KPMG, from the job description, looks like just accounting and financial reporting. Does anyone know if that is true. Also, how’s the culture at KPMG? Looking in the STL area.
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