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2023.03.22 14:38 Poopybottompoohbear Salary details when taking a downgrade

I am a current government employee who is in the application process at a few agencies and looking for some insight from people who have been in similar situations.
I am currently a GS-13 step 5, but will almost certainly take some form of downgrade to switch series. From what I've read here and elsewhere, the best most agencies will/can do is max your steps to get you close to your old salary based on whatever grade level you qualified at or were hired in. So, for example, if I was hired as a GS-09, then I would be able to start as a GS-09 step 10. In the DC area, even with LEAP pay, that would still result in a little over $21k less my first year.
My questions are 1) Is my understanding correct, and how difficult is it in most agencies to get HR to increase the steps in your F.O. and 2) when you promote to higher grade levels, will the step increases continue until you match your former salary. For example in my case, would I progress from GS-09 step 10 to GS-11 step 10 to GS-12 step 10 (which is within a couple thousand dollars of GS-13 step 5 salary before accounting for LEAP). When I finally make it back to GS-13, would I go back to being a step 5?
Please let me know your experiences and which agencies you work for. Thanks
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2023.03.22 14:30 CucumberOdd45 We got scouted for marketing agency’s that sounds like MLM’s

A couple of months ago I was looking for a new job, so I applied for a bunch of different things on indeed that seemed like a good option. I also had sales experience from my previous job, so a couple of jobs I applied to were sales related. I get called back from this company which was basically a marketing agency, and the woman on the phone sets up an interview time for me.
Fast forward to my interview, it was located in this nice office space downtown, and the inside had a really nice industrial feel to it, and very businesslike. There was a table there with 5-6 associates who had already been hired and we’re waiting for their orientation. I got the chance to meet them while I was waiting for my interview, and got to know a bit about their background and what they were like. Everybody was new to sales, but they all seemed so excited to be there in this office in their business-casual outfits. I kind of felt bad for them afterwards.
Anyways I go in the office for my interview, and the lady probably asked me like 1 question, then went on this big spiel about how much you can earn at the company, how easy it is to move up, and how they train you for management and lead your own team. She even told me that we could win an incentive trip down south and acted like it was a big deal. In my head I was thinking like okay this is a presentation for an MLM because it was really ticking all the boxes, and the product I was selling wasn’t really clear tbh. They would just keep saying we work with big brand retailers to sell their product. Once she mentioned that there would be door2door sales trying to sell Rogers packages I knew I wasn’t taking this job anyways. But of course she did offer me the job later that day, so I asked if she would sent me the contract for me to review it and she said she would send the acceptance letter, kinda dodgy, but I never heard from that company again.
Fast forward a couple months, and my boyfriend is also looking for a job. He had an interview with a marketing agency, that listed their salary on indeed from $40,000 - $70,000/year. When he went in the interview he said that the guy basically gave him a presentation and he just listened nodding his head because the interviewer didn’t ask him any questions about himself. It was door2door sales and he was really trying to hype that up, and said that some people make $1000/per day selling $200 packages. He also kept using language like “if you’re new to sales” which my bf explicitly said he isn’t. There was also a big emphasis on the fact that you can move up in the company really fast.
Also, both jobs were 100% commission based. The only difference with my company was that they start you off on an hourly rate until you’re making more money in commission. Then no more hourly rate.
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2023.03.22 14:30 AutoModerator $PSFE Daily Discussion - March 22, 2023

Daily discussion thread for PSFE
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PSFE and the Wyckoff Accumulation Schematic DD
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2023.03.22 14:24 throwawayforcyberint [CA] Is there racism in certain cybersecurity companies hiring processes?

Hi all,
I'm a little disappointed in what transpired recently. I'm from Canada and I've been a Data Analyst and a Cyber Security Analyst for about 2-3 years now, still a junior finding his way. I've applied to a company, in question, several times and have never once heard back.
One of my friends I was speaking to about this was taken aback and said that there was no way I could not have received an introductory interview at the very least with my qualifications (he had worked for this company in the past) and suggested something odd, to change my name (I use my Chinese name normally).
I applied under my English name because, well, I've moved on from them but thought it would be interesting to see what comes out of it.
I used a fake e-mail and just changed the name in my resume while changing the formatting a bit, and lo and behold I have an interview under the fake name and it only took a few days to hear back. From the same position I applied under my Chinese name.
I told my friend this and he thinks there may be racist elements to this, towards East Asians in particular. The company seems to have only a handful out of its 2000+ employees but I can not understand this to be a reason and maybe just a coincidence.
Is this something I should ask the HR during the interview? I really don't feel comfortable but I'm hoping this is a case of a misunderstanding. I changed my name and the formatting on the resume and nothing else. I don't want to get in trouble or blacklisted somehow either so I'm not sure if I should do this interview at all to begin with.
Hoping to hear some of your comments and thoughts.
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2023.03.22 14:22 yasmin_Alexa Hey guys, looking for some advice. In the final stages of a job application and I just got word that there have been some "changes in the headcount budget." Not sure if this is a good or bad sign? Anyone been in a similar situation? Would love to hear your thoughts!

Hey guys, so I just received an email from HR about some headcount budget changes they need to finalize. Not really sure what that means, and I'm starting to freak out a little. Could it possibly mean that they're going to lowball me on my salary offer? I'm still pretty new to all of this, so any advice or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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2023.03.22 14:22 meanddaworld 22 [F4R] Philippines/Anywhere/Looking for a friend basically someone I can talk to (Internet Bestie)

Hey I'm from the Philippines and I recently graduated from college with Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. I aspired to be a mad scientist lmao. My interests are poetry, books, anime, music, dancing, and art. I am also vocal when it comes to politics and history.
Facts about me: - I'm 5'3 with mid dark hair. - I'm chubby but people say I'm thick? Lol. - I do art stuff (currently on hiatus) - Currently working as a shift analyst in a laboratory. - I play volleyball and chess. - I make poetry. - I'm pansexual.
I want a long term friendship. I would want us to chat here first so I can see if you're genuinely interested then we can chat anywhere else except fb because I don't use it anymore. Lastly, I'm open to talk to any gender :)
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2023.03.22 14:20 Helpful_Duty_895 Is it possible for a Computer Engr. student to take Data Analyst/Science Career in the future

  1. I'm a second year student taking up Computer engineering technology. I just want to ask if ever I graduate can I be fit for any Data Analyst/Science jobs.
  2. I want to learn any skills that any data analyst can do to be ready. What can you suggest? and where can I learn these things.
— I will appreciate any answers, thank uuu 🥺
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2023.03.22 14:18 Timely_Carrot4214 I'm trying to move out but finding it impossible, what is actually sensible in 2023?

Hi there, I'm 24 and I work as a 2nd Line Support Analyst in IT, making a salary of £28,500. I live in Milton Keynes, which is outside of London, and I currently live at home, paying only £200 a month in rent. The cost of living in this area is quite high, and I can't find any one-bedroom apartments for less than £900 a month. Moving out seems impossible without financially shooting myself in the foot, as my cost of living would be well over 50-60% of my take-home pay just for the roof over my head. While my parents are happy to support me by letting me stay at home for as long as I need, I'm keen to get my own space. Obviously moving in with someone is an immediate answer, but my girlfriend isn't ready to move in with me yet as she is only working part time due to her being on a course, which she will be on for a little while longer. My question is: what is actually sensible in 2023 financially? Do I just have to accept that I won't have much left at the end of the month to save or live on once all my outgoings are paid? Or is there something else I could be doing? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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2023.03.22 14:17 nslipp Anyone here in commercial real estate?

Hey fellow sales folk, I'm curious if anyone else here is working in the commercial real estate space? I recently shifted out of finance and into this area and curious what everyone's thoughts are when it comes to comp packages. Right now the company is building out the sales/leasing team, and I was enticed by the "make it your own" attitude the director I report to pitched me in the interview. As we don't have a solid sales plan/forecast for the future, comp is straight salary and I agreed to that as I am just starting out and need to get my feet under me.
My question to you all is how has your comp looked for those in the space now? Currently I'm guaranteed total comp around $60k, with rest of the bonus being up for grabs getting me closer to the 65ish area for first year. I believe eventually there will be commissions to be made, and our current brokers that sometime bring us clients are making about $0.60 per sq ft per year of the lease but obviously they don't have the salary behind them as well.
To give more insight I work solely for the real estate owner and represent our properties for lease. I made the change out of 8 years in Finance after falling out of love with the business. This will be the lowest I've made in my professional career and am just curious if there is light at the end of the tunnel. I'm well aware it will ultimately come down to the company and my performance, but wondering if there is more of an industry standard I can wrap my head around and bring to the table when the total comp plan gets implemented.
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2023.03.22 14:12 UnderstandingFun1065 Has anyone here got an MBA? How beneficial has it been to your career at Deloitte or in general?

As the title says, curious to hear from others with an MBA and the impact it’s had on their career. I am considering doing an MBA in the next few years to develop myself further. A couple questions:
  1. Does Deloitte sponsor MBA’s?
  2. Did having an MBA impact your salary ?
  3. What job role do you have after the MBA and what’s been the impact on your career?
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2023.03.22 14:11 MuscleManJoe Career path for a job with actual goals

I have about 2 years experience as a systems analyst (basically working a ticketing system, but focus on medical device integration and a EMR system. It ranges from networking, to configurations, logs, tiny code changes, Linux server management, etc). My degree is in cyber security. Is there any path that focuses more on getting work done, then a constant stream of work (besides being a developer, full time coding is not for me). It’s so draining to work your ass off for 40 hours to get your queue down extremely low so you can slow down and focus on more deep problems/documentation for your team lead to load balance the lazy slow workers. I understand why load balancing is needed as all issues are not the same, but it’s not my fault this dude who has been here for 4 years (double my time!!) always has a huge queue number, maybe he shouldn’t come in late and leave early every day... I’d love a job where if I get my weeks work done in ~30 hours those last 10 hours could be towards studying, researching, etc.
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2023.03.22 14:11 susejg Is it okay to not say your reason for your resignation?

Lied about my reason for resigning, told them it was a personal reason rather than saying that I've been accepted to a new company.
We have a 2 year non-competition clause kasi but I'm not sure if it's counted. Nature of current company is Renewable Energy in a smaller scale (commercial and residential) mostly solar energy. Dito sa lilipatan ko, larger scale (utility) and technically international roots but they opened a branch (?) here in the philippines. To be more precise, largest projects from current are ranging from 1-5MW, sa lilipatan, thousands of MW per project.
Ayoko lang mag burn ng bridges kasi okay naman talaga si current, hirap lang tanggihan ng 6 digit salary (3x ng current ko). Alipin lang naman ako ng salapi huhu.
So yun, for 2 years di ako pwede magpapakita sa socmed ng work ko? cant update my linkedin account? send help
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2023.03.22 14:08 katiebirddd_ A question for MD realtors!

Hi everyone, I’m(24F) considering becoming a realtor! I love houses and touring them, I’d love to be able to talk up a home and really get someone into their place. I think it could be a good path for me.
I’d probably be working around the Baltimore/Carroll/hoco area.
Are any of you realtors? Is there good money and clientele in these areas for housing? I have a steady office job now so I’m scared I’d lose out on pay and benefits if I left. I looked up the average salary for a realtor in MD but found answers from $30,000/yr to $100,000/yr
Thank you!
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2023.03.22 14:06 grsmto Contracting for a US/EU company, worth it?

After a long time looking for a permanent role, I finally got offered a contract. However the company is based in the US (has entities in the EU as well) and so they can only employ me as a contractor and not a full-time employee. I have been contracting for several years and already got an LTD company here in the UK.
I believe this contract will fall into IR35 because they are offering benefits such as unlimited paid holidays, stock options, laptop, ...
The problem is that they are offering a "normal" UK full-time employee salary (I'm a software engineer), and don't take into account that I would be a contractor at all (even less that it would be inside IR35). The weird thing is they already have UK contractors in the company and they claim that they didn't hear about any issue with the contract they got offered...
Do you know how much I should ask for to account for the tax differences between employee and IR35? I have read different figures between 15-20% or more. Is there any other solution that would make the process easiebetter for me? (I heard about using EOR from Deel for example).
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2023.03.22 14:05 Alive-Savings6936 Oracle cerner position

Hello everyone. Looking to get some insight on what to expect. I recently interviewed with oracle Health for a position as a senior support solution architect for the revenue cycle management solution called Revelate. It's essentially a support analyst role for a new product being phased out to many of their clients. But in the case they call me, the comments on this thread look doscurshing from an oracle employee perspective . Doesn't look good as far as layoffs, job opportunities, advancements, raises etc. What can I expect assuming they call me and I accept ? I know oracle recently acquired cerner so there may not be much info on this
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2023.03.22 14:03 unveganizer They offer a great salary....

I'm in my 40s ...I work for a tech company for the past 5 years. The working conditions are great, one could say it's a dream job....I work 9-5 minimum overtimes and when they are there, they pay by the law, the salary is good , I have no stress, no emails, no phonecalls.......A competitor is besieging me offering 25% raise in salary , the CEO calls me at phone and says WE WANT YOU, a guy I know works there and says they 're good. Thing is , I don't have debts, mortgage, crazy expenses.... The current salary is good to you know, order food everyday without worries, pay all my bills, go to vacation, support the family ..just not enough to do big things like buying a new car, a house without cutting some luxuries....Should I stay where I am and try to live with a little less but be without stress etc, or should I do the move, hope for the best and hate it when (if) they start emailing me, calling me on the phone etc?
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2023.03.22 14:01 predictany007 'Already past the point of no return’: JPMorgan says the U.S. is probably headed for a recession as economic ‘engines are about to turn off’

A series of banking crises this month headlined by the failure of Silicon Valley Bank has forced analysts from multiple banks, including JPMorgan Chase, to rewrite their recession forecasts from scratch, as months of small victories against inflation and a relatively strong economy were potentially swept away in under two weeks.
Even if the government and the private sector are able to successfully contain contagion from the bank collapses spreading through the economy, the failures may still lead to lasting damage for the U.S. financial system. Some banks are teetering on the edge in Europe and the U.S., while jittery markets and the promise of stricter regulation could lead to a credit crunch—a steep decline in banks’ willingness to lend caused by a lack of funds.
It adds up to an impossible choice the Federal Reserve has to make when officials meet on Wednesday: Slow down the pace of interest rate hikes or plow ahead to bring down resurgent inflation and risk amplifying damage to the economy. But as far as the Fed is concerned, hopes of engineering a soft landing for the economy and avoiding a recession may already be in the rearview mirror.
“The Fed is facing a difficult task on Wednesday, but it is likely already past the point of no return,” JPMorgan strategists led by Marko Kolanovic, the bank’s chief global markets strategist, wrote in a note to clients Monday. “A soft landing now looks unlikely, with the airplane in a tailspin (lack of market confidence) and engines about to turn off (bank lending).”
Full article:
JP Morgan (JPM) strategist Marko Kolanovic has said The Fed is already past the point of no return and a soft landing now looks unlikely. Do you agree?
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2023.03.22 13:57 pregnantandsick Employment Contract Terms Dictating Hours I Must be Available & Depressed Salary while on Probation

I have verbally accepted an offer for a new job and have been sent the main T&C's. They are asking me to provisionally accept these before they issue the contract. There are a couple of concerns I have around the terms and wondering people's opinions on whether they seem standard or if I should try to clarify/negotiate away.
Firstly, my salary has been agreed as x but I will only be entitled to that after "successfully completing probation". Until then my salary will be x less 5k. Probation is stated as lasting 6 months but can be extended. I know this is probably unlikely given I will hopefully perform the role well. But what is to stop them extending my probation should they want to control costs and keep my salary depressed. Should I ask for more concrete wording around what passing Probation looks like?
Secondly, the terms state that I will be required to work 37.5 hours or basically whatever it takes to get the job done. This I think is pretty standard at a senior level so I'm ok with that but the next part states that I must be "contactable between the hours of 7am and 8pm". Again, I hope this would be by exception but I don't want to commit to having my work phone glued to me for 13 hours a day. I have young children and o need to do pick ups, drop offs, bed time, bath time etc etc etc. I don't feel particularly comfortable with agreeing to something so specific that could be weaponised easily against me. "I called you at 19:59 and you didn't answer your phone even though you contract says you must" e.g.
I'm interested to hear people's thoughts. Would you sing up to those terms? Would you ask for clarification? Would you ask for the 7-8 clause to be removed? What will that do to my relations with my future employer. I hope they would regard it as astute but probably not!!!
Edit - England
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2023.03.22 13:56 techjobsforgood [Hiring] Senior Systems Administrator - The Center for Victims of Torture · Minneapolis, MN

CVT is excited to announce our search for a Senior Systems Administrator to join our global staff.
The Senior Systems Administrator will be a critical member of a small, growing IT team, and will support technology infrastructure for staff based in the United States, Middle East, Africa, and other parts of the world. The ideal candidate for this position will be someone with substantial sysadmin experience who is enthusiastic about working creatively and collaboratively to grow and refine CVT’s global IT infrastructure.
This position will be a key internal resource responsible for the operation, administration, configuration, support, and continued maintenance of CVT’s hybrid-cloud servenetwork infrastructure and enterprise applications, including:
The Senior Systems Administrator will implement a wide variety of technology projects related to the maintenance and improvement of CVT’s IT operations, as we seek to expand our ability to offer more and better technology services to all of our 400+ staff around the world.
This position will collaborate closely with, support, and train other IT department staff, including CVT’s cybersecurity and web projects leads, and will work as a member of the IT operations team to help resolve of level II and III technical support issues.
Salary Range: $89,654 Per Year
Learn more about this role and apply here
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2023.03.22 13:56 oompaloopa182 If we landed Lamar and had Henry we’d skip the whole “rebuild” year.

I know I fucking hate the ratbirds so nabbing their former star quarterback feels like a win-win. On the other hand I stand behind Tannehill’s ability to lead this team buuut he’s not as good at making plays on the run as Lamar. Let’s face it, our O-line is gonna be a problem and most teams will be able to exploit that. I know this is all hypothetical off season Bullshit but it’s still fun to think about it for sure. Imagine Lamar leading the team onto the the Ravens logo after beating the FUCK out of them. Again, this is just for fun so don’t come at me with logical things like salary cap and the fact that it would make Henry less viable.
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2023.03.22 13:55 kngin Job interview process question

Hello y'all
I don't know where to post this one but I thought here would be a good start. I have been applying for jobs crazily like practically everyone here that's unemployed and I got a callback yesterday (finally, first one in a while but that's a rant for another post later down the line). The position is based in ATL and the recruiter wants me to do the interview process in person this is where it gets tricky because I live in Virginia and they said they don't do reimbursement. I don't mind paying for the trip down there but has this happened to anyone else? He told me I need to get down there next week to do the interview process and everything to see if I am a good fit for the position but they won't reimburse me for the trip or anything so everything will be out of pocket. It is worth it? It is a cybersecurity position and will be a big bump in my salary but I have never had this type of the request before that's why I am asking!

Thanks in advance!
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2023.03.22 13:54 kngin Job interview process question

Hello y'all
I don't know where to post this one but I thought here would be a good start. I have been applying for jobs crazily like practically everyone here that's unemployed and I got a callback yesterday (finally, first one in a while but that's a rant for another post later down the line). The position is based in ATL and the recruiter wants me to do the interview process in person this is where it gets tricky because I live in Virginia and they said they don't do reimbursement. I don't mind paying for the trip down there but has this happened to anyone else? He told me I need to get down there next week to do the interview process and everything to see if I am a good fit for the position but they won't reimburse me for the trip or anything so everything will be out of pocket. It is worth it? It is a cybersecurity position and will be a big bump in my salary but I have never had this type of the request before that's why I am asking!

Thanks in advance!
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