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Today 08:52 AM
Unregistered Anyone knows abt the payscale at mid tier?
Yesterday 08:01 PM
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Whoever who tried to organize this is silly. Get a job first before resigning. Mass quit only satisfy one day self gratification
be part of the mass quit only put oneself in this situation: an influx of big 4 resumes in the job market, with similar experience and most likely personality, competing for the same few jobs the big 4 people are qualified for

and pls dont still think that ex-big 4 is a hot commodity, i have heard several recruiters telling me yes its a good experience to have, but if theres a surplus, they would tend to look for sth more special in a candidate

think abt that and if you have a partner or a kid to feed, be selfish
Yesterday 07:29 PM
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I'm graduating soon but received another job offer so was wondering if I should take that up instead. I probably will.

Interned with B4 in the past and did not enjoy it because of both the job and the senior I was attached to. Hope you've found a place that you'll enjoy more. All the best!
Not sure if tax is similar to audit. Tax should be abit more consistent in terms of workload than audit based on convo I had last time.

Weigh your offer and see what you want to do. I was Big4 and it had been helpful (by a stroke of luck) But looking back, I think it may have been better for new joiners to think deeper about what they want to do.

What Big4 offer is consistency in progression, and a good name to have in resume when you go to corporate for tax /IA / accounting and etc. But to be honest, you can probably get that elsewhere too. In fact, some firms may somewhat prioritise their own homegrown over mid joiners
Yesterday 07:19 PM
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Anyone staging mass resignation with their teams and friends? Hearsay employees from that particular firm going to form up and give the firm one time good one
Whoever who tried to organize this is silly. Get a job first before resigning. Mass quit only satisfy one day self gratification
Yesterday 03:30 PM
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Yes. My plan is to save up in SG and retire in Penang / KL when I'm 60.
There is no guarantee you will live to 60.
Yesterday 02:06 PM
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The Singapore dream is to retire in an old folks home in JB, as stated by Khaw Boon Wan.

s://sgkini090531f.wordpress.com/2009/03/30/is-mr-khaw-boon-wan-really-misunderstood/
Yes. My plan is to save up in SG and retire in Penang / KL when I'm 60.
Yesterday 01:10 PM
Unregistered Yes a lot depends on your teams.

Itís like project work in school where you get assigned to a random team.

You could get paired up with a Dean Lister and you breeze your way through to an A+

Or you could get a bunch of people who does the minimum just to pass and you carry them through.
Yesterday 02:54 AM
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which division are you from
Tax! But shall not go on to say which firm cos my department not that big
Yesterday 02:51 AM
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I'm graduating soon but received another job offer so was wondering if I should take that up instead. I probably will.

Interned with B4 in the past and did not enjoy it because of both the job and the senior I was attached to. Hope you've found a place that you'll enjoy more. All the best!
If u interned before and u donít like it , chances are u wonít like it even more as a junior staff. Good choice to just take the other offer

right now I have an intern helping out my work and the managers only allow me to pass her the repetitive parts, and strictly no asking intern to OT

So ya alrdy they are painting a rosy picture for interns , if u hate intern life u just gonna hate big 4 life

All the best!!
Yesterday 02:50 AM
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Hi No problem!
guess you are a fresh grad?
U know I wish when I was at your stage, someone could have tell me to run away as soon as I can and I believe in them
Haha yes Iím still in but quitting very soon
Bad experienceÖ really bad .. but I heard some people has good ones
Depending on your team and the engagements u are on, so itís luck
which division are you from
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