I THINK HR managers LIKE to screw with you - Page 3

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    Mr. Mini nailed it, couldn't have said it better myself. Its an employer's market right now.


    I would work for less than 50k…..anything above 45k would be great for me!!! It's only accounting, but I like it…


    @mr mini


    I have 6 years of work experience(been working since HS),plus 2 years of internships and plan to work as accounting clerk/bookkeeper or something next Summer after I finish my auditing class.[your cheap shots gotta draw a line] lol

    And if YOU choose to take the first offer given to you that is fine but I want more. I do NOT settle for ANYBODY. If more women had that killer instinct, we wouldn't make .30 of dollar LESS than our male counterparts.In the words of Mitt, if you work hard, you deserve your success because “You DID build that!”. If I wanted to settle than I would have stayed at wal-mart and not get myself in debt going to college.

    There are firms out there that WILL pay you your worth…not every company in America is a cheapskate. Its up to YOU to find them. Deloitte&Touche may pay entry level workers 45k but a smaller firm may pay an extra 5-10k.

    And “small/medium firms” tend to compensate you pretty well, while giving you family flex time. You wont get that at a Big4 and they do not pay you nearly as much in comparison to the work they demand.

    This is entitlement either, its called knowing what you want out of YOUR career. Some people are satisfied not moving up and some strive to climb the corporate ladder.

    If you are only commenting to negate every preposition made, than I'm glad to know I am important enough for you to take the time out of your busy day comment on my post. 😉


    Hello, I would like to thank you for sharing your personal experience. When I have the last interview it was fine and I had a nice talk with the HR specialist. It happened when I applied to

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