1 year Intern and 3 years as a Tax Associate. Prepared 1040, 1065s, 1120C, 1120S, 1041, 706, BEA Forms (in charge to get these forms filed & reviewed for the firm), FBARS, 5471 & 5472, Delaware Franchises (in charge to get these forms filed and reviewed for the firm)& TX Franchises. Would you consider this basic experience? What can I do to increase my knowledge in my field? My current salary is $60,000.
Help needed!! I’m a data scientist working at a smaller consulting firm in the DC area. I have my promotion cycle coming up in a few months and I’m trying to figure out what salary is feasible at other companies so I can negotiate better or potentially make the decision to leave for a better opportunity. Added background. I’ve been working full time for a little less than a year but I got hired at 1 level above entry because I came in with specialized intern experience plus my education.
5 months into my first job. Been given a lot of responsibilities here. Rose from intern, to Jr, to Jr with actual responsibilities leading pitches and overseeing production and all that stuff that I didn't think I'd ever get to do in my first year. I like my CD a lot, they're awesome and a real mentor. Most coworkers are pretty meh but I like some of them. Salary is awful. I've received an offer from a competing agency here... It would triple my current salary. I'm not sure... What to do...
25 y/o. Been working for a startup for 2.5 years after graduating undergrad in 2017. Started as an intern. Salary for the first 2 years went from $55K to $78K. Now I’m at $95K and scheduled for a promotion to associate, salary expected to be $120-140K. I have no idea where I’m at in terms of relations to market (salary and progression)... can anyone at a BB help me out?
I am an intern and have been since June ‘19 and was offered an AAE position. The salary was prefaced as “nonnegotiable”, but I know the outgoing AAE made 1.4x what i was offered... any thoughts?
21 yr old designer working at a tech startup planning to go to design school to upskill, intern at big companies & better opportunities in the long run. Worth the (time/salary) opportunity cost?
I’m an intern currently looking at an Assistant Account Executive position in Seattle. (I currently live/work in DC). What’s the salary for that kind of position and is it worth it?
How much of a salary increase should I expect moving from an intern to entry level associate? I'm currently an advisory intern making $64,000. I came in with some experience and am a high performer
Salary update for FT MBA recruiting? MBA intern here. Has anyone heard what the FT offers are going to be this year? Target school, legacy S&O alignment. My understanding is that the GSAPers...
I jumped from intern to copywriter with a $65k+ salary (small shop). If my book’s strong enough in a year, could that plus student awards land me a 80k+ gig in LA? Or do years of experience matter?
Is a sign on/compensation bonus for an intern being hired as a junior a serious consideration or laughable. I was suggested to do this by someone who isn’t in our industry so I wanted to get opinions
Firms that haven’t matched the market comp increase - do you worry that as a result you will lose MBA intern offerees to other firms for this summer? Interviews are now so it’s almost decision time
I’m an intern with an extended contract earning the bare minimum. If hired on come the new year, as expected- what should my salary look like? 7mos with the agency at that point.
Been at my job for ~year, and got shown up by an intern today. Now I’m imagining my bosses firing me, hiring this new kid for a lower salary & my jealousy is out of control right now.
I’ve been told I’m being promoted to Art Director after 6 years with my team in Los Angeles. Started as an intern and now ‘lead’ Designer. Any recommendations on salary expectations?
Typical starting salary for an entry level strategist/account manager with intern experience at a mid sized agency in NYC?
Fresh out of school w/ intern experience. Decent book. What should a minimum salary be in Dallas for a Jr. position? (Not at Tracy Locke)
Did anyone negotiate their salary when transferring from intern to associate? Or is it more common to take what you're offered as the 'base rate'?
Previous intern and got hired full time a little over a year ago. Severely underpaid (think audit salary). Enjoy the people at my firm but the work is boring. A couple members of leader
how is transfer pricing vs. transaction accounting? Exit opportunities/hours/salary,etc. ? My brother got his intern offers for next winter but can only go with one.
Intern with return offer here, standard salary and signing bonus. I was placed in the Chicago office although my top choice was Philadelphia (current location). Can I ask for a relocation bonus?
What's starting salary for first years in Advisory or TS. Intern in one of those groups in a high CoL awaiting official offer (verbally told)
So now that we know that the firms are putting intern hour salary caps, laying people off, etc etc. Is it safe to say the economy is slowing down? It HAS been 8 years or so since the last crash...
Intern told me that he wanted to negotiate his starting salary. How do kids like that even get offers...
I recently changed my job (and of course got a bump in salary) but on probation for the next 6 months. Will this affect my ability to get a mortgage?
New to the LA market- what’s an average hourly rate for an ACD role? And should I negotiate an overtime rate if I know the agency works late often?
How important are grad school degrees? Is it a checkbox a lot of comp. look for? The master degree Im considering is ~50K for 1.5 years. It’s a pretty hefty amount and I’m debating if I should do it.
If I get this industry job I'm applying for, I will take $1600 worth of pennies (my bonus) and dump it on her desk on the client site.
30 / F / NYC / 9 Years / $143 Started at $130 as AD and given raise end of last year. Thoughts on max salary in AD role before moving up to GAD?
Looking to leave after a year given my sign on bonus. Year end for me is Dec. Is October the right time to start re-engaging with recruiters with a planned exit for Jan. '21
Any opinions on Direct Lending as a career? What’s the comp relative to IB analysts/associates? Good for MM PE exit ops?
Is there any way to avoid a signing bonus clawback provision? I think it might be time to leave soon but it hasn’t been the required time without having to pay back a significant % of that bonus.
🤑💎comp question: Is it easier to be staffed on projects if you’re underpaid compared to the market? Has anyone found it difficult to be staffed at you’re level because you’re “too expensive”?
Does anyone just lie about their salary at their previous job to boost their numbers? I’ve done this 4 times in a row and no one has ever questioned...
What fields/position can I go to that will see the most increase, post consulting, in pay regardless of the work I do? I enjoy my job, but due to some personal family circumstances, I need to increase my salary as much as possible to take on some debt 😔 I am currently a 2nd year senior analyst in Chicago with most of my experience in tech. My base salary is currently ~82k.
1.) Great people/team and boring work/industry or 2.) Difficult people and exciting work/industry? Assuming similar comp, which one would you choose?
Initial recruiter said comp range was 125-140. Just spoke to hiring manager and they said the salary is at 110 plus equity. He asked if that was a deal breaker and I said I would like higher salary but I’m sure we can work something out. How do I go about negotiation?
Has anyone been told a comp. number by a recruiter then receive a much lower one for their final offer?
How do you deal with Sunday - Friday travel? Tips for making it more manageable when it will last anywhere from 3 - 12 weeks? No SO at home, but def missing being home and plans w friends to recharge
When should you stop following up after a great interview? Was told I was too pricey for one market, so they asked me if I would consider another in the future. I said yes, and now it’s been a week.
Only busy season benefit: save 100% on food costs and that mileage expense.. ready to pad my checking account.
To teams that stay teams: my partner & I have decided to start job-hunting together. Is it necessary for us to share how much we’re making with one another before we get to any salary negotiating?
Curious what timeline I should expect for finding a new position in this covid environment / recession. How long did it take to find a new job this year or how long have you been actively applying? I’m a CPA with big 4 senior tax experience, but trying to change paths to something like finance analyst or business manager (which I know can be pretty broad). Just trying to manage my own expectations for when I’ll be able to say good riddance to public accountings unreasonable expectations
Asheville: any SPG or Marriott hotels that are more b and b style? if not, what are best SPG or Marriott for location etc. Also, what are some good hikes nearby? good camping?
Thoughts on taking a senior accountant - financial reporting position? Does it still give you long term growth potential?
Can someone from PwC tell me what the travel policies are like (per diem, mileage reimbursement, etc)?
For the fishes who moved firms at the manager level, how long did it take to get acclimated, was it the right career move, are you successful now?, Did it increase your salary, network within the firm
I'm looking to gain more international exposure. So far I had a few projects abroad but not as much as I hoped. Any success stories or suggestions? Open to switching firms or offices.
My fiancé will be moving from India to US. She did her masters from US but moved back due to some personal reasons. What are some options for her work visa? Anyone been in similar situation?
So senior consultant vs equity research associate at an IB? What would you choose?why? Don't know the salary points yet but should be a minimum 20% standard bump. Love to be in client facing roles