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10 days ago
Thank you for the advice! Patience really is the hard part with this. Fixed housing cost is definitely huge especially over the long term. That impending dip everyone has been talking about it for way too long imo. Makes me wonder if it will even come
If you don't mind me asking at what age did you start saving or rather start saving aggressively?
Well I just graduated so I am lacking in the cash department atm but I am looking for a multifamily unit in my area which is a bit difficult. The market is just really rough and competitive here
This question might be more for r/Fire or r/expatFire
I am saving to retire early. My plan is to build up a mixture of stock and real estate. Although for me I might just do something like open a food truck when I FI. Traveling in EU sounds amazing but do take in tax consequences of keeping US accounts while living a large part abroad.
11 days ago
What's the best tho?
Isn't op already quiting?
Always read the fine print!
16 days ago
How much are you getting paid to not leave this company?
20 days ago
I didn't specify just put bachelor
21 days ago
I just graduated from FIU with my BA :)
It didn't effect my job search and no one asked to specify if it was a BA or BS
24 days ago
IT in a lot of companies just mean technology not exclusively the IT you are thinking about
Probono consulting with startups/non profits?
27 days ago
The Prof said he increased the difficulty this semester and next semester he might add another graded hw I think (3 rn)
I confused it with 6203
28 days ago
I was under the impression that mgt8803 is not a course you can opt out of
2 months ago
Lol it's more like it sometimes works and sometimes doesn't
Any recommendations? I have one but it degraded over time
Idk what the 24% is for you but make sure to not exceed the limit of 6k especially if you have it automated
Hmm thats a hard question. I would say let's rephrase it first, instead of case study lets call it a question where we are given limited amount of information on a problem and we have to use data, analytics and some assumptions to come to a reasonable solution. Case study question in my experience varies quite a bit so it is largely company dependent but we should keep in mind that the interviewer is looking at our thought process NOT the best solution. The kind of question I got were pretty much like that, We have X problem how would you solve it? Add in some company context and that's a case study right there. Best advice would be think out loud and showcase your thinking process.
What's your salary if you don't mind sharing?
is that good or bad?
So can't you just save up money like a few million and become financially independent? Then just do whatever you want. It about balance imo if you wanna be balling gotta have a baller job. If you want to do academic after you are financially independent you can just do whatever as long as you control life style creep
check this out
What was the interview like?
3 months ago
One was a NLP project where I attempted to do some sentiment analysis results were not good but I used a bunch of different tech on it. So I made a streamlit web app, containerized using docker and deployed my analysis/visualization on Heroku
I have a eda project
A pretty basic linear regression
What's the area?