Originally Posted by Cyko
Let me ask about that tomorrow (the bolded) as I have a meeting with a few of the other C-levels. I know we DESPERATELY need that on the IT side of the house.
You have your PMP or anything formal for project management beside just hands-on experience? I could give 2 shits about the cert but in case HR decides to get all persnickety about it I figure I may as well ask
I appreciate the offer/gesture, but unless you have an office in NYC I'm going to have to pass. I'm trying to move further towards the city away from Long Island.
I don't have my PMP, although I do eventually want to get it but because I don't have a 4yr degree I need more hours
Originally Posted by Munkus
Seems to be a trend everywhere these days. I had to take a 33% pay cut when I lost my contracting job because I couldn't find remote work and ended up taking a local IT gig. The salary is painfully low, but we're renting out our basement apartment to make up for some of it. Sucks tho.
Ugh. I can make the same money I'm making elsewhere no problem, but it'd be a downgrade in actual job.