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Good points. Now that I'm officially starting in my career I will definitely adhere to the two week standard notice. I'm glad I didn't now though because this next week I'm going on vacation before starting the new gig
Thanks for all the advice guys. Today was my last day and it went well. During my exit interview the owner and manager actually looked like they were gonna cry when I was talking to them, so apparently they really liked me. I forgot if I stated this or not, but the firm I'll be starting with in a week is all men. Kinda funny working with all women and now all men. At least I can talk sports
Yeah I didn't. I'm way too lazy to care that much, but wow was I wrong. Apparently everyone else was fucking up because it went fine. She was fine with the one week notice and even offered to write me a letter of recommendation anytime I wanted in the future. Lesson learned; maybe all the other interns and employees approached the situation unprofessionally. No joke I've heard some horror stories which included three former interns, so this was really unexpected.
I have no idea what most of that stuff is, but it sounds impressive. Where do you live?
No pictures, nothing to look at...they are all over 35. My coworkers for the most part are pretty cool though, if that counts Yeah, I was never going to use management as a reference, they have proven to be quite unstable. However, I did use my coworkers as references. I realize giving one week is rough, but it is what it is I suppose.
Yeah I figured. Every time I see someone give notice it's always a shitstorm anyways, so my justification is not to care given their prior history. I won't ever use them as a reference and since I make no money I don't need the extra cash. It's gonna be an interesting experience.
Assuming your GPA is over 3.0....it won't matter. I know someone who had a 3.1 GPA and she all be starting with PwC next fall. Just network with the recruiters and if they like you it won't matter.
Alright, so I graduated with a bachelors degree in accounting last May. Ive been working at a small bookkeeping firm as an "intern" for the past year and two months. I'm also still taking classes in order to pursue the CPA (I need 150 credits for the certification). I mostly work part time, but working nearly full time right now due to the holiday break from school. I've been looking for a new job for about 6 months now in public accounting and just received an offer from...
Damn that's what I thought. Thanks sir.If anyone has Rivet Chinos in Navy size 34 I'll buy them off you;)
Anyone know if the rivet Chinos have room to be let out in the waist?
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