[QUOTE=Carlton;4378086]After 5 up and down years of making good money in NYC, but hating my job I am officially free to pursue something else. I have some money to survive for a good amount of time and keep my apartment in Manhattan and I'm looking to possibly even move. I'm not necessarily getting out of finance, but definitely not moving laterally into the same exact job as I've been miserable for a long time now. So now I have to decide on possibly a new career path and new location. Scary and liberating stuff.
Places I've considered and will be visiting in the upcoming months:
California (several locations)
Ideas? Million dollar job offers? Jokes about being unemployed?[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4378136]You can have my job. For some reason, my bosses think it's a good idea to have an idiot like me as their asset manager. I make 15 year pro formas, development budgets and partnership agreement financial statements that I have no idea what I'm doing with. I keep telling them that it's detrimental to the company to have me preparing financial documents like that. The sub-woofer under my desk and the death metal emanating from my office should have been a dead giveaway.
At some point, I'm gonna end up costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars because I forgot to carry a "1". I can only lean on my Excel ability for so song. :O[/QUOTE]
you should be working in govt. :yes:
PoliCarlton: good luck; I envy your freedom. On second thought, you suck.