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2023.06.02 06:09 munimbiz How to Get Staff Accountant Jobs in India

Staff accountants play a crucial role in organisations by managing financial transactions, ensuring accurate record-keeping, and providing valuable insights for decision-making. In India, a rapidly growing economy, the demand for skilled accounting professionals continues to rise. This article aims to delve into the landscape of how to get staff accountant jobs in India , exploring the key responsibilities, qualifications, salary expectations, and growth prospects in this field.
Overview of Staff Accountant Roles
Staff accountants are responsible for a range of financial tasks, including bookkeeping, general ledger management, financial analysis, and report preparation. They play a vital role in ensuring compliance with accounting principles and practices, as well as local regulations. Staff accountants collaborate with other departments to provide financial information, support audits, and assist in the preparation of financial statements. They are also involved in budgeting and forecasting, contributing to the organisation's financial planning.
Qualifications and Skills
To pursue a career as a staff accountant in India, certain qualifications and skills are highly desirable. A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or a related field is usually required, although some organisations may consider candidates with relevant experience. Professional certifications such as Chartered Accountant (CA) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) can significantly enhance job prospects. Additionally, proficiency in accounting software and strong analytical skills are valued in this role. Effective communication, attention to detail, and the ability to work with numbers and complex data are essential attributes for staff accountants.
Job Market and Salary
The job market for staff accountants in India remains robust, with ample opportunities in various industries such as finance, consulting, manufacturing, and technology. The advent of digitalization has further increased the demand for accounting professionals, with many organizations seeking individuals with expertise in financial technology and data analytics.
Salaries for staff accountants in India vary based on factors such as experience, industry, and location. As of 2021, the average annual salary for entry-level staff accountants ranged from INR 3 to 6 lakhs, with the potential for significant growth based on experience and performance. The compensation package often includes benefits such as health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off. Staff accountants in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore tend to earn higher salaries due to the higher cost of living.
Career Growth and Future Prospects
Staff accountants have promising career growth opportunities in India. With experience and additional qualifications, they can advance to roles such as senior accountant, accounting manager, or financial analyst. Some may choose to specialise in areas like taxation, auditing, or financial advisory services. Pursuing advanced degrees like an MBA or specialised certifications can open up further avenues for career progression and higher salaries.
The future prospects for staff accountants in India are bright. As businesses continue to expand and globalisation accelerates, the need for skilled accounting professionals will persist. Additionally, the implementation of international accounting standards and regulatory changes creates new challenges and opportunities for staff accountants, ensuring their relevance in the evolving financial landscape.
Staff accountant jobs in India offer rewarding career paths for individuals with a passion for finance and accounting. The profession provides stable employment, competitive salaries, and ample opportunities for growth and specialisation. With the right qualifications and skills, aspiring accountants can embark on a fulfilling journey in this dynamic field.
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2023.06.02 05:43 actualbeardedsavage I need help determining the legitimacy of a job offer...

Hi everyone and thank you for reading. I'm a data analyst with 9 years experience and I have a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology. I was laid off and have been furiously submitting resumes ever since. Please let me know if you need more information and I will edit it in.
Now to the issue at hand. Sorry for the length.
TL;DR - Red flags galore? I can't find any information on this company, the website in the email is blank, the inserted picture is blank, I can't locate any individual with the names presented, and they want to pay me to set up a "mini office" and are paying me beforehand to do so. Scam? No response since my last email.

Red flag #1: I applied for a position that I cannot find a receipt for in my inbox for a remote position that they posted "on a job board."
I was emailed this morning at 0741 with the following information,
" We appreciate your interest in the remote Data Analyst position that we posted on a job board. Your application has been received and evaluated. Select "YES" if you accept to take part in the VIRTUAL INTERVIEW TODAY, JUNE 1, 2023.Please respond to SCHEDULE YOUR INTERVIEW so that we can make the appropriate arrangements.--Grant Electric, Llcgrantelectricllc.com
With no option to "select" anything, I emailed back "yes".

Red flag #2: They "carefully considered my application"!? What application!?
They responded at 1152,
"Thank you again for your interest in employment at Grant Electric, Llc. Grant Electric was established in 2009. Robert Grant's experience did not start there. He took electrical work in the mid 1980's in California. With over 25+ years of experience to build on, Robert Grant demonstrates a professional and educated opinion of your electrical needs. Detail orientation is our specialty, we ensure that each of our clients experience a quality, stress free job.
Grant Electric's main goal is to complete the work accurately and in a timely manner. We pride ourselves in providing expertise and a job well done the first time around.
We have carefully considered your application during the initial screening and will now proceed to administer a Screening test/Interview for you. In order for us to move ahead with the selection process, please reply this email to confirm your details as follows:
Phone Number:
I will email you the Screening Test/Interview Questions as soon I receive your email with the above details."
I provided those three pieces of information in a reply and I now regret giving them my phone number; my email address and name most likely came from LinkedIn.

Red flag #3: 100% remote screening exam with no demographic questions, "Llc" still not correctly capitalized, grammatical errors, and a 2.5 hour time limit on a same day thing?
They responded at 1222 with,
"The screening exam and interview questions are provided for the interview procedure. Always remember that there are no "correct answers." The purpose of the screening exam and interview questions is to evaluate your talents and provide information about how you handle duties relevant to the position of remote Data Analyst. You must email me your responses within the next two hours and thirty minutes.
If you have any questions, do not be afraid to contact us.
Good luck on the test,"
I replied (on time) with the attachment. I have also attached the "exam and interview questions" as pictures for your viewing pleasure.

Red flag #4: Bad English? Come and go as I choose? Direct Deposit with no banking forms included?
They replied at 1439 with,
"Thank you for completing the screening exam and interview questions. I've received and acknowledged your answers. Your replies will be evaluated by our staff and sent to the hiring board for consideration, after which I will contact you with the hiring board's decision remarks.
Working hours are flexible, so you may come and go as you choose. This will be a strictly online remote (work from home) position. In addition, if you are recruited at the conclusion of this procedure, you will be given training before you begin working full-time. Pay will be provided weekly via direct deposit and will be $65 per hour with a training allowance of $20.
I'll email your interview questions and responses to the hiring committee."

Red flag #5: Pleasure to interview me? When tf did that happen? Bad English again? Okay...too many red flags in this email...basically the whole thing.
They emailed again at 1537 with,
"It was a pleasure to interview you for the position of Data Analyst (REMOTE) in our company. I'm pleased to let you know that the company has selected you to work as one of our Data Analysts due to your level of expertise and your professional abilities (REMOTE). On behalf of our company, let me congratulate you on your achievement. From now, you have the opportunity to become a member of the Grant Electric, Llc Team. We believe that your skills and expertise would make a wonderful addition to our creative team and have a big impact on the company.
Every day, I'll email you your responsibilities, and I'll be available online to walk you through them. After setting up your mini office, you will begin a 3 to 5 day online training using Cisco WebEx and Skype. You will start out earning $65 per hour, and you can choose to receive your salary each week via wire transfer or direct deposit. Benefits include paid time off, wellness programs for employees, and health and dental insurance. Following three months of employment with us, you will be registered for additional benefits.
After five days of working together, we'll switch to virtual communication. After that, we'll offer you a username and password, along with a link to the corporate server and a list of phone numbers for various departments, together with all the forms you'll need to complete. In order to set up your little office and buy the office supplies and software required to begin your training and work, you will be paid before you begin.
Your employment offer letter will be sent to you by HR via email for signature. Our goal is to get you in the training as soon as possible. To help the secretary register you, please email HR at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) with the information listed below.
Subject: New Employee
Your Full Name:
Full Home Address:
Phone number:
Your Email :"
I was eating dinner and spending time with my family and didn't see this email.

Red flag #6: Um, are we in a rush?
I came back to the above email and the following email sent 22 minutes later at 1615,
"Hello OP, are you following?"
So at this point I'm all in thinking this is a scam. I emailed back very limited information, only what they already had, fully thinking something is up.

Red flag #7: They replied back, at 2300...why are they still working?
Reply at 2300,
"Hello, OP, submit the full information."
At this point I'm mostly done. Let's see if they have info.

Red flag #8: I sent them quite a few questions about the company and role. Did you not see my huge list of questions?
I sent,
"Hi Isaias,
I am hoping you can tell me a bit more about the company:
Can you provide more details about the company and its history?
What is the company's website and official contact information?
What is the company's physical address, and can I visit the office or meet with someone in person?
What is a phone number I can reach you and Paul at?
What are the company's core values, mission statement, or motto?
What are the types of responsibilities I will receive and on what days will I receive them?
What all needs to be set up in the mini office and how will you send the payment beforehand for me to buy it all?
Can you provide information about the specific role, its responsibilities, and reporting structure?
Who would be my direct supervisor, and can I learn more about their background and experience?
How many days PTO are there?
What are the wellness programs you offer?
What health and dental insurance do you offer?
What extra benefits will I be registered for after three months of employment?
Can I have an official check mailed to a P.O. Box?
What is the company's recruitment and hiring process?
Can you provide references from current or former employees who can vouch for their experience with the company?
Are there any employment agreements or contracts that need to be signed, and can I review them?
I will be happy to discuss moving forward with this position with you once I have received the answers to my questions listed above."

And received back,
"Hello OP, the information to submit to HR is incomplete, kindly provide the full information."
I said,
"I input the phone number (I left it out initially but added it because I forgot they already had it from earlier). Are you able to answer my questions?"
Received back,
"You are to provide your full address" no period...I only gave them my city and state as listed on my LinkedIn profile.
I replied,
"I'm sorry but I will only provide my full address when I have received the answers to my questions."

Am I insane? Super sketchy right? Please, help! TIA.
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2023.06.02 03:30 cursedevidence Recent grad applying for data analyst roles in Vancouver, BC, not getting interviews so I just revised my resume to this version.

some notes/questions:
your suggestions are appreciated!
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2023.06.02 03:15 ShadowCarrot Starting Analyst Salary

Hey! Just joined but had a question. I got a full-time offer to work at the San Jose office as an Analyst. The starting salary however is $82,000 which seems pretty substandard (especially in California). Is this normal?
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2023.06.02 01:08 phasing0ut Need help deciding - take entry level FA at large not-for-profit healthcare or stay as audit senior

Hi all, I am currently an audit senior in a M/HCOL area and have been planning a career change out of accounting/finance to law (I was pre-law in college before switching to accounting), but I was able to land an offer as a financial analyst at a large not-for profit healthcare system:
Current position - 3 YOE at top 20 CPA firm, $97k (salary + bonus), nearly full remote (but this could change), specialized on investment fund clients, strong focus on auditing PE/VC investment valuations and portfolio companies' budgets/projections which I find pretty interesting. Busy seasons suck but culture is good otherwise and I have great relationships with firm leadership
Offer - entry level financial analyst at $10b+ revenue NFP healthcare system, $80k per year (they didn't mention bonus structure but 100% of healthcare costs covered), full in-office, position seems to have a strong focus on budgeting with more focus on decision support as you move up. They emphasized that the work was complex and they work hard but it's also an hourly position with strict 40/hr work week due the org's rules (??).
My gut says to turn it down due to the pay cut and continue with my law school plans, but part of me also wants to try something else in this field before taking on grad school debt with the legal field as competitive as it is. However, I'm also worried about getting pigeonholed into healthcare finance - I'm stuck in financial services now and don't want to just replace that with something else. I've probably applied to 20 FP&A positions in my area that I was qualified for and this was all I could land. I could wait for new postings but this one had 200+ applications and I'm surprised I even got this one.
Is this really how rough the early career job market is in FP&A now? Would I be pigeonholed in healthcare finance? Have I been gaslit by public accounting expectations or am I being set up to fail with high expectations on an hourly schedule?
Ultimately I'm looking for a more fulfilling job - I can find that in either FP&A or law, but I need to decide now.
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2023.06.02 00:52 NervousShoulder7335 I have been offered a business analyst role in insurance tech start up but I have only worked as a project manager. Can I do it ?

Hi all,
I (28F) have worked in insurance and banking as a consultant/ project manager (4 years overall working experience).
I was offered a role as a business analyst in a insurance tech company but I have never worked as a business analyst before.
I have no technical background/education (international law bachelors and international business masters).
The salary is £60,000 so not a junior role and I am so stressed. I need the money but I feel that they liked my personality and I am not able to do the role.
I haven’t even captured requirements in my life before.
Any advice ? I have 2 months to prepare.
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2023.06.02 00:23 Wiggly_Waffle Career progression for Risk Management Analyst?

Doing an internship with JPMC as an Corporate and Investment Bank Risk Management Summer Analyst. The base salary is 90K (not in NYC). I haven’t been assigned to a specific risk area yet.
Just wondering what the career progression could look like (including possible salary). Also wondering what the hours are like for this role (is it similar to a traditional IB Analyst?).
Thank you!
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2023.06.02 00:13 NervousShoulder7335 I have been offered a business analyst role in insurance tech start up but I have only worked as a project manager. Can I do it ?

Hi all,
I (28F) have worked in insurance and banking as a consultant/ project manager (4 years overall working experience).
I was offered a role as a business analyst in a insurance tech company but I have never worked as a business analyst before.
I have no technical background/education (international law bachelors and international business masters).
The salary is £60,000 so not a junior role and I am so stressed. I need the money but I feel that they liked my personality and I am not able to do the role.
I haven’t even captured requirements in my life before.
Any advice ? I have 2 months to prepare.
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2023.06.01 23:38 RohingTheBoat After 800+ applications, have two job offers at once, would love some advice.

As in title, I've had a terrible run of luck with applications, I've interviewed at maybe 30-40 places in the past 6 months, I've gotten progressively better at the interviews ig lol because two jobs have worked out on exactly the same timeline. They're the same type of job (contracts analyst), but in two different industries.
Job 1: Was meant to be temp-to-hire but they were impressed with me and switched over to direct hire.
75k, remote, 20 days PTO, good benefits.
Title is contracts specialist for a semi-large construction/efficient energy company that operates in NYC/CT. It was made clear that there are no promotions for 2 years, but I'd be working on local contracts and potentially gov contracts which leaves a lot of room for growth, even if it is elsewhere.
Job 2: 90k, planning on pushing for 95k, remote for 5 weeks, then come in for 5 days, rinse & repeat.
Temp-to-hire, no benefits/PTO until conversion which was left as open ended as to when that could potentially happen, title is a junior contracts analyst/procurement business analyst job in NYC, at a large private hospital network that shares a name with a university. The positive here is getting paid 90-95k at the lowest position I could be starting at in that department means there's a lot of monetary growth to be had if I'm good at the job and they have a defined structure of internal promotions and growth opportunities.
Is temp-to-hire stigmatized even at that salary range where I should perceive it as being for a busy season and they might dump me, or is it likely to see if I can handle the workload? I'd love to end up at either cause there's career progression that I can be proud of, I just wrapped my MBA, I have 6 years of paralegal experience, I'd be doing something I'm happy with + good at at either position.
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2023.06.01 23:09 x_Th1by_x Wtf i cant age back?????

Wtf i cant age back?????
Made me lose fucking 170bil, took me 2 hours.
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2023.06.01 23:01 JRLee62 UGLY DUCKLING COMPLEX: the painful path of transformation ~ a new TJL episode

UGLY DUCKLING COMPLEX: the painful path of transformation ~ a new TJL episode
LISTEN: https://thisjungianlife.com/ugly-duckling-complex/
We all understand the Ugly Duckling complex because we’ve lived it at one time or another. Hans Christian Anderson’s famous tale paints a poignant picture of a child’s rejection only because he was born in the wrong nest. People who seem different or have not yet matured into their natural beauty endure scorn that can bring them to despair. The ugly duckling’s capacity to endure and find refuge in his fellow swans can hearten us during the long winters of our lives.
As an individuation metaphor, the tale dramatizes how many of us feel essentially different than our playmates and family. The combination of alienation and desperation drives us to merge with others’ feelings and paradoxically escape into fantasies. When the Self finally activates, it drives us toward reality—only through regarding ourselves accurately and meeting the eyes of others can we discover our true nature. Just as Jung suggested, we need relationships to feel whole even though we are afraid of being hurt. The Ugly Duckling tale captures the archetypal theme of journeying from misery to fulfillment.
The story begins as the mother hen suspects something is off with her one oddly large egg and normalizes the duckling’s uncanny size when he’s born. Seeing he can at least swim, she gives him a chance to belong. But, one by one, the barnyard creatures assess him and announce he is deficient. Ridiculed, chased, insulted, and kicked, even the mother abandons her goodwill and wishes him gone. In horror and despair, the ugly duckling runs away. Hans Christian Anderson wrote so poignantly about this because he lived it.
Born into the crushing poverty of Odense, Denmark, Andersen felt marked by his stark divergence from the norm. His father, a cobbler with love for literature, instilled the young Andersen with a zeal for reading, an enthusiasm not shared by his peers. This distinctiveness set him apart, foreshadowing the artistic blossoming that was to come. His transition from the confines of his provincial town to the majesty of Copenhagen, where he found his footing in the Royal Danish Theatre, mirrored the unexpected transformation of the Ugly Duckling. Yet, his journey of becoming was intertwined with another layer of complexity — Andersen’s homoeroticism. His sexual identity, a fact he could neither fully express nor openly explore in the conservative climate of the 19th century, amplified his sense of estrangement. His unreciprocated affections, extended towards both men and women, nurtured a profound isolation that catalyzed his writings, infusing his narratives with deep empathy and personal experience. In one sense, Andersen transcended the narrow prejudices of his society to secure a place in the annals of world literature. Anderson’s genius is evident in his ability to transform personal suffering through art. His stories resonate with every unacknowledged child who yearns to break the chains of circumstance and find a place of acceptance.
The motif of the uncanny and frightening child runs through many fairytales. Marie Louise von Franz described that children who have a relationship with the unconscious are often characterized as magicians or terrifying in one way or another. She and Jung lamented how people fear anything unusual, leading to a suppression of children’s unique gifts. Many of us ‘odd ducks’ who did not meet cultural expectations are drawn to Jung’s work. The quantitative measurements in modern schools can’t assess our depth of feeling or inexplicable intuition and undervalue our relational skills.
Frightened by repeated accusations of inferiority, we are vulnerable to believing we’re broken and rush to do things more perfectly. Disfigured by school, family, and religion, we try to please by abandoning ourselves and aping what we’re instructed to do. Cycling through self-hatred, desperation, and depression, we may feel that running away is the only choice. This often initiates a different kind of hero’s journey. Not fueled by glorious visions but motivated by desperate hope to escape pain, the Ugly Duckling bolts into the world. From nest to barnyard, to moor, then wintry pond, we also flee from home to college, then job to job, fleeing phantom pain as we learn about life. For a time, we may lose ourselves in a career, only later realizing we need peace above all else.
Like the duckling overlooked by the snarling dog, we discover the protective value of hiding in plain sight. We wonder if our ‘ugliness’ is a boon. Secretly relieved to slip by unseen, we realize we’re free to pursue our natural personality and hunt for our instincts. It’s an interesting thing to glimpse the Self. Its influence compels us toward new places and creates a corrective orbit, repelling certain people and drawing others close. This happens to the duckling, who glimpses a strange flock of huge white birds mounting the sky, leaving him breathless. When we catch a glimpse of who we might become, our golden-shadow surges with life and our soul rumbles.
A glimpse of who we could be steels us against adversity. The duckling survives a harsh winter even though his feet get locked in ice. Jung mentions this phenomenon in his alchemical analysis; he notes the description of a mystical creature who swims from the ocean floor, attaches to the bottom of a swift ship, and traps it in place. He equates this with being reclaimed by the Self. Much like being frozen in ice, we must be held in suspension to restore the ego-self axis.
Enduring a winter on the moors is an uncertain battle for the duckling. A peasant finally takes pity and frees him, offering humble shelter. Helpless, awkward, and listless, the duckling accepts help. If we, too, are lucky, a kind soul will notice our agony as we submit to the Self and offer safety and warmth. Like a Jungian analyst’s office, the peasant’s home is liminal; there is fire and acceptance, but only the inherent maturational process can affect the necessary changes.
Spring finally comes, and as the sun warms his body, the duckling surges into the sky. Eventually, we also feel the Self’s touch. The unobstructed archetypal energies vitalize us; finally, we sense we can choose our own direction. No longer hobbled by memories of traumatic rejection, our vitality is restored. Like the duckling, we are synchronistically guided to fateful encounters with our own kind. At first, we cannot recognize the beauty we share and brace for being rejected once more. Like the duckling, we may bow our heads and whisper, just kill me already. But our soul-kin understand how to touch us gently and coax us to see who we truly are. The swans croon and stroke his elegant neck; in disbelief, he finally feels happy.
Like Hans Christian Anderson, we may find ourselves alien in our own homes. We may flee only to discover the world cannot understand us. Yet one day, perhaps at the nadir of despair, something greater will claim us from within. Then, quickened and set aright in the world, our true kin will recognize us, and in their embrace, we may understand our suffering as a process that eventually enabled us to fly.
“I was eating at a restaurant with a familiar group of people, though many of them were just familiar dream people, not people I know in real life. I felt something on my foot and thought I had dropped a piece of food, so I looked down. It was a small frog jumping across my foot. I picked it up and recalled feeling repulsed by it. I started cutting it across its back and pulling its legs off, but it was dying; it remained alive and kept looking at me, almost as if it was begging me to stop. Suddenly, I thought, “Why am I doing this?” “Why didn’t I just take it outside and set it free?” then, I knew I couldn’t fully kill it, so I asked someone at the table to come outside with me, and I wanted them to ‘finish the job’ and kill the frog so it wouldn’t suffer anymore. The dream ended with the other person killing the frog and me crying uncontrollably at my callousness and gratuitous violence towards the frog.”
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2023.06.01 22:18 AdministrationIll116 Need advice about what to learn next or proceed for IT job

Hello everyone,
I am doing a non IT job rn but really want to get into IT (i like Data Science and Cybersecurity).
I have done BCA from IGNOU. Done Google IT automation with Python And enrolled in MCA (from University of Mysore) And also in Data Analyst Professional Certificate from Google
I have basic knowledge of Programming (Python, C++) and DSA (have learnt from Harvardx- basics are clear).
I am getting about 6LPA in a non tech job
What courses or path would you all suggest me to take ??? And how much drop in salary will i have ?? (Should I go for internship?) Or job directly??
I am willing to put in effort.
I will be really thankful to everyone providing me their advice!🙏
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2023.06.01 20:59 yeahdude78 Can a Data Analyst (and similar) role compare to Software Engineering in terms of salary / compensation?

How much of a difference is there? If we compare top SWE companies to top DA companies (I imagine in either case it's big tech, namely the "FAANG" companies (facebook, amazon, apple, netflix, google) and the like)
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2023.06.01 20:58 yeahdude78 Can a Data Analyst (and similar) role compare to Software Engineering in terms of salary / compensation?

How much of a difference is there? If we compare top SWE companies to top DA companies (I imagine in either case it's big tech, namely the "FAANG" companies (facebook, amazon, apple, netflix, google) and the like)
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2023.06.01 20:09 AyeBoredGuy Whats your Data Analyst Salary Progression?

I'll start.
Got a new job each year. (Very tiring)
I will stay at my current job for about five years as I like working here.
Many people will ask, "What's the best way to get into the data field" To that question, I've always answered education, a bachelor's degree with internships.
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2023.06.01 19:22 corporatedogmom Working Hours & Type of Company

Hi everyone! I'm trying to change careers to become a data analyst, and wanted poll a group of people on their current jobs and work life balance. Would greatly appreciate any responses to the following questions!
  1. On average, how many hours do you work in a week? Are you remote, in office or hybrid?
  2. What's the salary range for your position, and how many years of experience do you have?
  3. What type of company do you work for? I.e. large or small, tech startup, healthcare, etc.
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2023.06.01 18:12 scholarlypimp Gave notice to my employer, boss then scheduled an immediate one-on-one. What should I do? (22/US)

Preface: This is industry not public lol
So I’m a rising senior in university 22 y/o that also works as an ‘Entry Level Accountant’ in industry. We recently got a new boss, so a lot of my work has been shifting.
I was mainly AP/data entry with some excel report stuff on the side (I’m pretty decent imo), but the new boss has me doing reconciliations and stuff. We are also transition most of our lower level data entry things to a foreign country, and that transition will happen Q3 and Q4 if this year.
I make 18/hour and out in my notice today. I recently accepted a ‘Assistant Auditor’ position with my local count government starting at 45K salary with health insurance paid for, comp time, etc. I would go up to 49K after the probationary period.
I put in my notice yesterday and had a call with my new boss a few minutes ago. They basically gave me advice, asked what is making me want to leave, and asked me (not directly but insinuated) to line it what I am NOT receiving in my current role (growth, pay, etc). She also said that she put my name in the hat for a new Financial Analyst role that opened up at my location. She also said that I am not being paid enough for what I do, and she didn’t look at what my team makes until I put in my notice yesterday.
What should I do? Go ahead with the government job, or see what my current job may or may not offer me? I graduate next year too 😬.
Edit: The new boss said that she sees potential in me and wants me to outline what exactly is making my leave. She also said that, whenever she asked for a raise at prior jobs, she would provide facts about what the average salary is for the position, cost of living, etc. I will send the outline to her and see what happens. However, there is a 0% chance I will stay if nothing concrete comes out of doing that.
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2023.06.01 17:37 Frutsie I got laid off from my company after helping them grow (long rant sorry)

This was a few months ago and I have a new job now that treats me way better, but I have been reflecting on my previous job. I worked as a financial data analyst for a private investment firm that specialized in real estate (they did residential and commercial rentals) and got laid off unexpectedly because they hadn’t been acquiring anymore property since they couldn’t buy anything that could achieve the target returns they wanted. I started my career out of college there and spent the past 5 years working hard to help them grow and make their antiquated processes more efficient (the amount of paper these dinosaurs used and lack of functional software was astounding). I built multiple databases which allowed them to acquire more assets and access information quickly, switched them to another software which improved analytics, accounting, and operations, and their portfolio tripled under my time there.
I had issues with the job because they wanted me chained to a desk in the office even during the pandemic in April 2020 they made me come in and were able to finagle rules claiming I was “an essential worker”. It was taxing to say the least with no insurance plan provided by the company, no retirement plan until the end of 2022 with raises of about 2% each year and bonuses of 3%. I had to make my own IRA and pay $300 a month almost for insurance. They did not budge and any complaint I brought about it fell on deaf ears.
I had access to the company’s financials and despite the real estate economy getting crushed and interest rates rising, they were still performing very well with plenty of cash on hand to fulfill all their obligations. After all the work I had put in, with no warning, my boss calls me in and tells me I’m getting laid off and I’m getting 5 weeks salary severance after my 5 years of work that I had to wait over a month to receive.
After how much I built for them and improved things at their company this all felt like a slap in the face and really makes me not want to ever develop improvements for a company ever again because my previous company essentially took advantage of me and I got no reward out of it.
I was also the youngest guy at the company by maybe 20 years so I didn’t really have anyone who could relate to me. Everyone there seemed jaded and the way they talked about tenants was disgusting referring to them as drug addicts or bums. They had no problems raising rents for some single parent households $100+ per month because they could.
I know this is probably not a big deal, but it’s something that really bothered me and I wanted to get it off my chest. I don’t think I will ever be able to work in the investment sphere again, especially real estate.
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2023.06.01 17:04 nuclearedreactor WHAT THE HECK

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2023.06.01 16:47 OFFICIALLYOFFENDED How to successfully challenge a promotion pay raise?

Got promoted this year from analyst to consultant within Advisory. It took me about 2.6 years to get here. Don’t get me wrong I am happy to be promoted. However, after looking at my metrics and comparing them to the fishbowl survey, I can’t help but feel a little bummed out. My performance snapshots show me as being in the 50% performance range in comparison to the rest of my peers, but my new salary is as if I were in the bottom 25%. I understand that other factors are taken into consideration, but my performance and utilization were really good last year. From my understanding utilization and performance are the biggest factors at play. Maybe I’m missing something here? If not however, how do you go about handling a pay raise at this company? Everything seems so set in stone and final when it comes to salary.
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2023.06.01 14:58 Remotive [Hiring][Full Remote] 6 Full Remote jobs at tech companies - Jun 01, 2023

Job Title Company Salary Full Remote in...
Head of Creative Strategy Fors Marsh - USA
Principal Consultant Unanet - USA
Data Analyst, Mid to Senior Voldex - Canada
Senior DevOps Engineer Noname - USA
Senior Financial Analyst [bench] - Canada
People Operations Team Lead Eyeo - Germany
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2023.06.01 14:49 upbstock morning coffee

What goes up must come down... unless you have diamond hands. Some cracks are beginning to appear in the recent AI stock rally, with C3.ai (AI) plunging 22% AH on Wednesday after giving a disappointing outlook during its FQ4 results. On an earnings call, CEO Tom Siebel added that the company wasn't "inclined to change expectations" surrounding its guidance, compared to the major boost that Nvidia's (NVDA) stock received following its "jaw-dropping guidance" posted last week.
Snapshot: Other AI players and chipmakers also pulled back yesterday following some impressive runups, but the latest movement might suggest that all companies are not equal when it comes to the "AI supercycle." Investors will have some deep learning to do after being consumed by everything AI this year, especially as they sort through the growing list of companies talking up how they've been AI plays all along. The real thing to consider is how much a firm will successfully capitalize and monetize its artificial intelligence offerings after the meme rallies settle down and huge price swings come to a halt.
"The euphoria is rooted in a very promising underlying technology," noted Robert Schein of Blanke Schein Wealth Management. "Even with the recent market euphoria driven by artificial intelligence, the market is sending a clear signal that artificial intelligence is here to stay, as this technology has the potential to overhaul how companies do business, which has major implications for corporate earnings."
Do your homework: As an example, the overwhelming majority of Wall Street experts believe that Nvidia (NVDA) remains a clear Buy. Seeking Alpha's Quant Ratings system views NVDA with a little more skepticism, labeling the stock as a Hold (valuation represents the key headwind, according to the system of grading quantitative measures). SA analysts have also been sizing up the stock in a series of recent articles. See 11 Billion Reasons To Buy Nvidia, And 2.2 Trillion Reasons To Sell, Bulls Are Way Overestimating AI GPU Demand and Unleashing The Power Of Parallel Computing For AI Dominance.
Fiscal Responsibility Act
The U.S. House last night easily passed the debt-ceiling relief deal as the Treasury heads toward a June 5 deadline, after which the government won't have ready funding to pay its bills. The measure now goes to a Senate also working under a tight timetable and preparing for weekend votes. A number of senators have already expressed the wish to amend the bill, meaning it could return to the House for more approval, but the process is expected to get over the finish line in time. With much of the drama in the rear-view mirror, investors have once again set their sights on central bank policymaking, with Fed officials like Patrick Harker and Philip Jefferson calling for a pause this month and assessing the need for future rate hikes thereafter. (104 comments)
Publisher compensation
Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) is threatening to pull news links from Facebook and Instagram in California if state lawmakers move forward with the "California Journalism Preservation Act." The company responded in a similar fashion after a related proposal was tabled in Congress in December, as well as in Canada, and briefly blocked news links in Australia before brokering a deal with the government there. Among the amendments was a clause stipulating that digital platforms and news groups would be required to mediate for two months before subjecting them to mandatory arbitration. Canberra also agreed to take into account existing commercial agreements and give digital platforms a month's notice before reaching any final decision on the law's application. Will the same happen again? (4 comments)
Doom and gloom update
While attention has been centered on the remote, but disastrous possibility, of the U.S. defaulting on its debt, investors may want to focus more on corporate bonds. Preparation is underway for a wave of defaults in the high-yield credit markets as the boom-and-bust cycle returns in 2023. Deutsche Bank issued its 25th annual Default Report and sees the default rate on U.S. junk debt spiking to a peak of 9% of issuance by the end of 2024 vs. 1.3% in 2022. See how that compares to other cycle highs like the dot-com crash and the Great Financial Crisis. (47 comments)
Today's Markets
In Asia, Japan +0.8%. Hong Kong -0.1%. China flat. India -0.3%. In Europe, at midday, London +0.5%. Paris +0.8%. Frankfurt +1.1%. Futures at 6:30, Dow +0.1%. S&P +0.2%. Nasdaq +0.1%. Crude -0.2% to $68.22. Gold -0.4% to $1974.40. Bitcoin -0.7% to $26,946. Ten-year Treasury Yield +4 bps to 3.68%
Today's Economic Calendar
7:30 Challenger Job-Cut Report 8:15 ADP Jobs Report 8:30 Initial Jobless Claims 8:30 Productivity and Costs 9:45 PMI Manufacturing Index 10:00 ISM Manufacturing Index 10:00 Construction Spending 10:30 EIA Natural Gas Inventory 11:00 EIA Petroleum Inventories 1:00 PM Fed's Harker Speech 4:30 PM Fed Balance Sheet
Companies reporting earnings today »
What else is happening...
Has 'greedflation' caused corporate profits to increase?
Job openings unexpectedly rise in April, quits rate ticks down
Exxon (XOM), Chevron (CVX) shareholders reject climate proposals.
U.S. crude oil slumps to 10-week low, down 11% for May.
Pfizer's (PFE) RSV vaccine, Abrysvo, gets a nod from the FDA.
Retail watch: Nordstrom (JWN) gains on unexpected Q1 profit.
Salesforces (CRM) sinks after earnings; so does CrowdStrike (CRWD).
Amazon (AMZN) settles kids' privacy case and Ring spy claims.
Lucid (LCID) to receive $3B from new investors, including Saudi Arabia.
Ford (F) CEO says EV price parity is unlikely until after 2030.
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