If not, why not?
Applied to Deloitte for a few jobs and waiting to hear back. Hoping I can get back to Dallas or go to New York. Getting tired of airline industry and their abysmally low-paying jobs.
Because I couldn't get in, now I work in corporate for a major bank and consider suicide daily because I hate my job and feel like a failure because I'll never do Big 4 public accounting
Not in accounting bruh. I'd want to do management consulting.
Finance for the airline side is OK. My company is still working through all their shit with their recent merger and my station is growing big time so there's lots of money funneling our way.
Big 5 here, used to the best deals for a mosin nagant. fuckin embargo
2 years ago i got a job offer in the EU as a consultant. They offered me 50k before tax while i was making 45k net.
Trololo told them no thanks. That and the high workload is just for suckers
>big 4 people are proud of the overtime
>they do it for free
I'm an undergrad accounting major at a school EY (and others) recruit heavily from
What's the best route for getting in with big4 or other firm?
My gpa is a 2.8 but I have three semesters to salvage and 2 years of 3.5+ to pull from with two semesters of bad grades
It's weird isn't it? How do they convince all the graduates to act this way? How do they get them all to be so happy about working for free?
Can someone in big 4 please explain?
>How do you get rich off a fixed salary
Become a partner bruh
>What is the hype about these firms?
Possibly the best start you can have in that field. They invest heaps into you in the form of training (CFA, CPA, etc) and having Big 4 experience is great to then transition into other firms/private. Most people won't stay there forever, hence they have a pretty high turnover rate. But you do your 5 years, take advantage of the training and then move on to bigger things.
By putting a ton of pressure on complete noobs who are desperate.
The sad thing is this culture has now permeated finance. I often hear about how a company works "New York hours" while paying flyover salaries.