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- Current Intern★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Low-stress environment. Like-minded individuals working towards common goals. Interns learn skills over a wide variety of areas. Making real differences in the local community.
Smaller size may be uncomfortable for some. Company’s reach doesn’t necessarily expand nationally.
- Former Intern★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Social impact exposure, fun people
work fluctuates, sometimes periods with not a lot to do
I have always wanted to work for the big 4. Found the idea of working with different clients, travel and the learning experience to be exiting . Not sure if this is just in my head and the grass looks greener on the other side . I currently work in program mgmt at Apple and wanted to understand if anyone has made the switch from faang to consulting? Is the pay and lifestyle rewarding. Should I experience this life before I get older ?PwC EY Deloitte KPMG
Investment Banking Analyst
Hey guys just moved from IB to FP&A and am tasked with creating a template for monthly financial results to present to them company owners. How would you guys do this? I’m more used to CIMs where I talk story and KPIs etc compared to just MTD or YTD results.
What does the long-term career progression look like, both salary and title-wise, for someone looking to get into FP&A-type roles? Can you at some point land roles that involve financial/corporate strategy? One test away from getting the CPA and looking to get roles outside of standard corporate accounting.