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Potential TS Hire

2023.03.01 17:46 ProgrammingawayEtc Potential TS Hire

Hello Everyone,
I have an offer from EPIC for the TS position, but I had some questions. First of all is anyone here currently working as a TS or left in the past two years and would be willing to talk about their experience and what you actually do, from someone who's not getting paid to tell me?
Second, is there anyone else here who's gotten an offer for the TS position in the past year and would you be willing to tell me what the starting salary was? My offer was a bit lower than Glassdoor and such had led me to expect.
Thank you all!
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2023.01.01 02:52 matninjadotnet Researching PM roles and have some questions

Hey all. Scrolled this thread for a while looking for some answers so decided to fill the gaps with some of my own queries for this community.
I’m a bit older…closer to 50 than 40 and looking to transition into a role that’ll let me really utilize current and prior experience and leadership. I have the PMP credential and in my searching, this role came up. I love the mission of the company and can really get behind the ‘why’ the work is so strenuous (Healthcare Industry). After reading into this role, though, it sounds eerily like a job I had previously, which was a field service rep for Palantir Technologies. I really enjoyed that one, but contracting sucked. I would drag servers into remote corners of the world, create and authorize port 22 access for the REAL engineers, train users, create use cases and basically embed with the analytical shops (prior military Intel officer) to use the software to really answer workflow problems. I was in-house troubleshooting, Helpdesk, Senior Analyst, and scapegoat. I’d also shop our successes around to neighboring units or organizations and see if they wanted to utilize Palantir as well. Lots of travel, lots of meetings, lots of cigars! LOL I really loved it.
This ‘project manager’ role at Epic sounds kinda like that except in the healthcare realm as opposed to Federal Law Enforcement or DoD, amiright? If so…this sounds intriguing. My questions are as follows:
Does Epic hire older people? I know the legal answer to this. I’m looking for insight, just to be clear. I worked as an older guy in a techie startup and it was fine. Lots of mentoring from both sides happened.
What are the most-used PMI-based Project Manager skill sets most utilized in this role (see the chart about 3/4 down the article)? How much credence does Epic put into the actual PM role as defined by PMI?
Is this a loner role, or is it team-based? What’s the standard ‘development team’ makeup?
What range is the ACTUAL salary? I saw on Glassdoor it was pretty awesome($102K), but read here it’s closer to $70K. What’s the deal?
I’m looking for longevity. I’m not interested in only building skills to use as a springboard into other companies (unless that is a natural evolution in this role). I’d like my next position to be the one that has tremendous upward and lateral mobility, a thriving company culture, supportive and engaging leadership, and an opportunity to thrive long-term.
I’m fine with sliding into an ‘entry level’ role, especially since I’m new to the healthcare industry in this capacity. My proven expertise is very similar in FUNCTION and if this is the road-warrior, problem-solving, customer-facing role it sounds like, this may be something I’d be a great fit for. I’ve got tons of varying other experiences that would translate well in this roles as well, I think.
Biggest issue I’m facing is that I’m not in the US right now, but actively finding roles that would encourage me to return. Meaning, I want a job before I move me and my family back to the US. As a family used to deployments, I can easily transition back to establish roots, and have the rest of the family follow (kids in school and all that here, ya know?). I’m pretty serious on trying to get back, at this point.
Sorry for the long post. Thanks for the assist here.
Happy New Year!!
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2022.12.23 01:44 ExEpicThrowaway0029 A retrospective on 3+ years of Epic as a TS

Changed around unimportant specifics of my story to anonymize myself since I know a lot of folks employed at Epic that still use this subreddit
Hey folks,
I left Epic at the end of October and have been reflecting on my time there ever since. This post is really just a brain dump to help me move on with a new job in the new year looming but I hope it gives both prospective and current employees some additional perspective. Note that this is just my experience and that you'll have a different one based upon your division, application, TL(s), or just random luck.
Some background about me:
Advice to new employees:
Why I left (tl;dr shitty company culture):
Why I stayed for ~3 years
I realize that this all came out very negative, but I did enjoy the core of my work at Epic and it set me up well for success in the future (developed transferrable skills, easy to find a new job, etc.). Would I take this job fresh out of college again? Yes. Would I want to come back? No.
Feel free to PM me if you want my take about things I didn't focus on in this post (i.e. finding jobs after Epic).
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2022.11.17 01:09 Ordinary-Face-4605 TS but want to get into SD

I got offered a TS position but want to get into software developing. I do not have a degree in CS but was hoping to use this opportunity as a transition to get into SD. However, I have been seeing reviews on glassdoor about the lack of growth and how the technical skills you use at Epic won't be transferrable to other SD positions elsewhere, along with other complaints. I was wondering if anyone went through something like this and could share their experience and advise. Thanks.
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2022.11.15 19:28 meghanswiftie Scared… how do I make this work for me?

Just got an offer as a PM as a new grad, and am generally scared about the work-life balance of the role. How do i make this work for me? I know if I came to the company it would (probably) not be a forever role. I’ve read so many reviews on glassdoor saying it’s terrible.
But i want to stay in madison (i currently go to school here) so bad. Is it worth it? I’ve thought about asking to be reconsidering for the QM role, since I know that is less stressful. Any advice? I would also have to reneg on the job i currently have from my summer internship at Kohl’s in Milwaukee if I accepted at Epic. Any advice?
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2022.11.15 18:48 LordSaywar Epic Software Engineer new grad Salary

I was reached out by a recruiter who said Epic TC starts at 170k and I went through the whole process and finished my final interview and was again told total TC including stocks and bonuses will be 170k+

everywhere I look at Glassdoor, indeed and levels I dont see anything remotely as high as 170k, what am I missing ?
anyone have an idea of the breakdown ? is it truly 170k how do stocks and vesting and stuff work ?
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2022.11.10 15:41 Gamer4605 Epic Games and Mediatonic, the companies that deserve each other.

I think it’s time I post this discussion. I have been in the Fall Guys community since the game came out. As a result, I have seen everything that has happened to the game and can say that these 2 companies have both dug this game into the ground.
Fall Guys came out in 2020, developed by Mediatonic, a subsidiary of Tonic Games, known as a shovelware studio until they made Fall Guys as an accidental hit, and as a result, struggled to retain popularity through seasons 1/2 in 2020. Apparently, during this time, Mediatonic hired many more people than what they had beforehand, in an attempt to grow, but because they lost their popularity they ended up losing money. When season 2 came out, people were disappointed by the lack of content, and agreed the game was dead. Around season 3, Mediatonic announced that they had been purchased by epic. This was most likely a higher up decision as a result of the many hirings and loss of popularity meaning they were losing funds. Season 4 came out, and was considered to be the best season, but there was a problem. Why are the seasons getting longer? This continued through seasons 5 and 6, (season 4 was 4 months long, season 5 5 months long, you get the picture) Not only that, but seasons 5 and 6 had no regular items added to the lower section of the shop. Why? We would find out during “the big announcement.” Where f2p was announced. From what I understand, mediatonic originally wanted f2p for season 5 or 6 but ended up getting it in season 7. This is because epic asked for f2p, and we know this during season fucking 3, because showbucks were leaked as “gems” in the latter half of that season, an early version of the current symphony store was also leaked in season 5, as well as an old design for showbucks, and the final design was leaked in season 6, over half a year before the game actually went free.
What does this mean? It means that epic immediately requested f2p, as well as the addition of showbucks, and the store changes.
Now, we fast forward to season 7, otherwise known as ss1, when the game actually went free. This launch was actually pretty successful for epic, and mediatonic. Mediatonic was able to keep the ball rolling throughout this season, with a few hiccups. Looks good. And now comes season 8 (ss2.)
Hold on Why are we still in the season launch pool (reduced rounds) over 2/3 weeks after the season launch? Why are the shop prices so fucking ridiculous? Why are bugs that are serious, and plagued the game for ages not being fixed, but as soon as an issue with the shop arises it’s fixed in a snap? Why are rounds that aren’t broken being removed? Why is so much broken in the first place? Why is everything so predatory now? Why is the sbmm that they decided to add for some fucking reason so bad?
These issues began to arise in the community. And so the people decided to put their foot down, spamming #savefallguys all over twitter and in the social media pages. Maybe things might change? (You can actually still see this by the way.)
The response? Nothing. Just an addition to the weekly “vibe check” about the current state of the game.
So, maybe these issues will be fixed in ss3? And thus people waited for the beta test for ss3. Delayed. And then again. And then cancelled outright.
Not only that, but leaks for next season show the same roundpool issues as ss2. Uh oh. And with the cancellation of the public tests, everyone is waiting with baited breath for the 22nd when they release the next season.
Hold on, what’s this? Glassdoor reviews for Mediatonic. Let’s have a look. (I’m going to try and post the links to these in the replies.) Uh oh. Not good. Apparently Mediatonic has been stuck in limbo of being a shovelware studio this whole time, they have shit communication and gatekeeping from longtime employees, they are also apparently shackled by epic ownership says one review, the other one says epic has been trying to force them to grow up out of shovelware hell.
And this is where it ends, for now. One game. 2 companies with greedy higher ups with employees who care about their product, but because of the ownership issues can’t get anything done right. Ss3 is set to come out on November 22nd. If the current issues are not fixed, the game is doomed.
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2022.10.18 02:34 speroergosum American Express v. Epic Systems?

I'm a college senior graduating in May 2023, and have received offers for American Express in Sunrise, FL, and Epic Systems in Madison, WI. Epic's salary is 30k higher than American Express, and I would like living in the Madison more than Sunrise, but the Glassdoor reviews have me worried.
For example, Amex has an overall rating of 4.3, while Epic has 3.2. 93% of Amex employees approve of their CEO, while it's only 37% for Epic. I've heard that the work-life balance and tech stack isn't great at Epic, but from their demo on interview day, it seems like they've migrated to a more modern tech stack recently.
It seems crazy to leave 30k on the table for Amex, but I'm really worried about the reviews. I also have a final round with Vanguard this week, and am hearing back from PNC. The recruiter for Vanguard told me upfront that the salary ranges from 80k to 90k, so I'm wondering if I should cancel the final round or not. What would you do in my situation, both in terms of offers and final interviews?
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2022.10.18 02:33 speroergosum American Express v. Epic Systems?

I'm a college senior graduating in May 2023, and have received offers for American Express in Sunrise, FL, and Epic Systems in Madison, WI. Epic's salary is 30k higher than American Express, and I would like living in the Madison more than Sunrise, but the Glassdoor reviews have me worried.
For example, Amex has an overall rating of 4.3, while Epic has 3.2. 93% of Amex employees approve of their CEO, while it's only 37% for Epic. I've heard that the work-life balance and tech stack isn't great at Epic, but from their demo on interview day, it seems like they've migrated to a more modern tech stack recently.
It seems crazy to leave 30k on the table for Amex, but I'm really worried about the reviews. I also have a final round with Vanguard this week, and am hearing back from PNC. The recruiter for Vanguard told me upfront that the salary ranges from 80k to 90k, so I'm wondering if I should cancel the final round or not. What would you do in my situation, both in terms of offers and final interviews?
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2022.09.28 05:51 Formal_Inspection449 Offered to Interview for QM instead of PM

Hi everyone!
Recently I applied for a PM position because I am trying to transition from patient facing healthcare roles (2+ year experience) to healthcare IT and Epic seems to be one of the main companies that does not require coding or programming knowledge, also my hospital does use epic already. My eventual goal is to become a Product Manager, which is why I wanted to be a project manager to start. However, I was told that they went with other candidates for PM and offered me a final interview for Quality Manager instead, which honestly seems pretty boring from the job description. However, I would be willing to go through the process if I could transition out of QM within less than a year.
Does anyone know how easily I can transition from QM, if I end up getting the position, to Project or Product Management within epic?
Also, what would be the pay for QM? I see the average is over 100k on glassdoor but I've read on here that it's similar to PM starting salary and around 70k.
Thank you all in advance!
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2022.08.07 21:44 basketgardengnome Questions about Visual Designer Position

Hello. I recently applied for the Visual Designer role at Epic and got selected for a phone interview. I couldn't find much about this position on this subreddit or glassdoor, mostly it was about UI/UX design. Does anyone know more about this position, are the Visual Design tests similar to that of UI/UX tests?
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2022.08.04 18:05 Suspicious_Ad_1551 Entry level tester

I need advise how to get more experience in testing. I was doing only basic help desk and got a job as IT Field Technician. Doing Epic testing at a hospital. I did some mapping and some Service Now but basically followed scripts and make sure workstations passed the test. Now contract is over and I need to get another job , I really liked the testing position. Please advise in next steps, tried indeed Glassdoor and LinkedIn for testing and I am taking a bootcamp in testing at Udemy
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2022.05.24 15:04 Sorry_Championship80 Clinical Project Manager

Hi everyone! I am looking into a position at Epic as a Clinical Project Manager…I have been a nurse for 2 years and have been working on clinical research trials ever since. On Glassdoor I found that the typical salary for this position is around $98k, does this seem accurate at all? There are other ranges that Ive seen starting at around $70k and ending at over 100k. Any insight would be great! Thanks
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2022.04.25 10:36 isthesector_clear Why do Apps disregard Windows 'Focus Assist' ? Apps like Glassdoor, Epic Games constantly show notification even with Feature turned on.

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2022.04.24 14:59 zeepzeepabop Epic Analyst/Epic AC Salary Transparency Post

Wondering if any Epic Analysts/Epic ACs would be willing to share salaries + a little background info for others to make salaries more transparent. GlassdooIndeed/etc are all over the place.
Here’s mine as an RN Epic Trainer trying to get into an Analyst/AC role:
Clinical Experience: ~15 years RN
IT/IS Experience: 0 years
Education: MS Nursing
Certs: several nursing and Epic certs
Location: mid-COL area
Salary: ~$35/hr as an experienced RN, ~$39/hr as an Epic Trainer
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2022.04.14 05:50 luisdans2 Epic Games pre-Ipo

I received a call from a TSG agent. The spaventa group ny is offering epic games pre-ipo. How can I confirm they are legit? There are some fishy references in glassdoor, no more than a few youtube videos and limited additional links… Thoughts?
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2022.03.21 18:34 throwaway52847915 About the final interview (SE)

Hi everyone.
I have my final "on-site" virtual interview coming up soon. I think Epic is a great place to start my career and I really really want this job. I've been searching all over the internet for some tips and stumbled upon this subreddit.
Here is what I've learned so far on what to expect on the day of the final interview.
  1. Demo of the product and overview of the company.
  2. "Case study" like a system design interview (e.g. design an api) (one-on-one?)
  3. Hrecruiter interview (one-on-one)
My question is, some (on glassdoor) have mentioned there is a group technical interview with one of the software engineers, while some say there wasn't such interview.
Can someone tell me if such technical interview is part of the final interview for the SE role?
If there is one, what should I expect? Is it going to be one of those "algorithm round" where I have to answer questions on data structure/algorithm stuff? Or is it a leetcode-style live coding interview?
Any input or advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone in advance.
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2022.03.15 12:38 KonekoBot Tue Mar 15 22:38:30 2022

Change your mindset to ‘why is it any better than (VOO, VTI, MSFT, etc) ‘.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:41:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I would feel good about MSFT, but I don’t know enough about them to make an informed decision. They are a major player and I don’t see that changing. I follow GME and I think there is finally good potential for long term growth. Still waiting on official news but the rumors, new leadership, partnerships and recent job announcements paint a bright future for the company.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 16:57:13 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I am not alone. My portfolio looks similar in losees. Your case, MSFT will probably recover 1st. DIS next. Need something positive for SPCE. I watch that one. I have been in and out. I also have GME. Earnings this Thursday after the close could be nice. I literally just added on another share since it's on sale big RN
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:54:18 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
You’re money with DIS and MSFT. The others…. Not so much
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 16:33:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Sell everything but MSFT. Disney is struggling with their streaming bet and I could see more downward moves, though if you trust their parks and brand will carry them then keep holding. The other companies have no guarantee to recover since they have yet to prove they’re worth their valuation, my guess is continued downtrend given how they show no signs of reaching profitability. Take the L and move on, your money is better spent elsewhere.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 16:15:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
MSFT and DIS are good long-term bets. DOCU and Fiverr went up precisely due to COVID and was overvalued into oblivion because of it. It was tumbling before COVID restrictions ended so that was your time to sell if you were going to. NIO is a Chinese stock. Not exactly something you want to own if safe is what you are looking for. GME, again, only happened because of great timing with COVID. Was never sustainable. One of those get in and get out ASAP. If you're still holding it, I genuinely have no idea why. SPCE was pumped and dumped. Chamath is a scumbag who took it public. H Him and Richard were selling a ton of it when it was really high. Neither of them have much confidence in the business, honestly. It was more of a hobby and quick money grab considering Chamath's sucess with SPAC's and the space industry being rather unknown but possibly lucrative thanks to Blue Origin and SpaceX ambitions.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 16:01:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
MSFT will bounce back big time
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:03:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:15:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 23:07:37 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I like MSFT far and away the most. Dis is good long term. GME is a really good asymmetrical play that could really pay off. The others are trash is my opinion
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 00:20:06 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 01:45:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 02:13:41 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 04:23:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 04:50:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Docu, Disney, MSFT, and NIO - everything else is going nowhere
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 18:00:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
MSFT and DIS. The other ones won't hit their ATH again at least for 10+ years, unless we have another pandemic where the Fed pumps that much liquidity/brings rates to 0 again.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 16:27:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
MSFT, will dip with the market should be solid long term tho + dividends. Think I may take some profits on my position, with the possibility to require lower.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 18:16:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
I literally came here solely to comment this. Glad to see it's the top comment and we are all in agreement. OP should really sell everything else and just reinvest it back into MSFT tbh.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:43:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
> MSFT - I think this always seems to recover. I'd be fairly confident in holding on to this investment for the long run. They're going to have to pry MSFT from my cold, dead hands.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 19:43:38 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
MSFT and DIS, well known companies with a profitable track record. NIO...potentially. SPCE is a long bet, could pay off down the stretch or could collapse to $0, given their focus seems to be completely based on commercial space travel I think they are likely many years away from being profitable. GME's price was/is inflated due to manipulation. Docusign...meh. Don't know Fiverr.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:15:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
It's speculative to you because you probably just started investing during the meme craze. Look at the viability of the company. The odds are very slim they will be able to transition away from what they have always been: A video game store. The time to make the moves they are trying to make would have been a decade ago. They should have been the ones to create Twitch, Discord, etc., MSFT, AMAZON, STEAMand other gaming developers are already and have been seizing upon the gaming industry. The stock was priced in assuming they were going to be leaders of those industries. They aren't and will likely never be. Again, the things they are doing isn't a mystery and there is a point where you're simply too late. The financials for GME do not look good. I truly wonder if you've ever even taken a look at them. Consistently repeating e-commerce and NFT doesn't help you in any way. Take market share? Hardware is a tough business. Good revenue but small margins unless you do massive volume and currently, undergoing huge supply chain issues. If Amazon is dealing with them, you can bet GME is dealing with them. NFT will exist. That doesn't mean GME will capitalize on it considering there are already platforms out there such as OpenSea. GME will bleed money. How much longer do you think they can raise before their funds deplete and they run out of money? Losing hundreds of millions of $ and financials getting worse every year since 2017 just for an NFT marketplace that won't be profitable for a long time? Again, GME missed their shot. They should have leveraged their position as the largest gaming retailer to create a subscription-based gaming platform with Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo but they depended too much on their used games segment and now it's coming back to haunt them. Twitch was perfect for GME, they blew it. Still today, they haven't came up with a competitor against Discord when they should have capitalized on their meme craze and stolen users from Discord. Now their only solution is to go e-commerce (oversaturated, low margins), e-gaming (how original), and NFT marketplace (already being done by way smarter developers and obviously GME is only doing it because they are running out of ideas). Go ahead and lose your money. Again, this isn't speculative at all. GME was a dying business even before shorts began shorting it. They just gained a massive lifeline because of the shorts covering but nothing about their business seems attractive. I don't know how much you've lost nor do I think you even care at this point. Probably too invested into the thrill of GME rather than the actual company.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:12:21 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Spot on... some of my biggest holdings: AAPL -18%, DIS -37%, MSFT -21%, V -21%.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:30:05 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I get its just vocab but I agree with that guy. I think you need to change your wording a bit but I get what you are saying. I lived through the .com and the financial crisis. The valuations we had recently were nothing like what we had in the .com. I agree that speculative tech got hammered but thats the inherent risk with those stocks. In the .com, everything crashed. It wasnt just speculative stuff. But also, everything was in a massive bubble and that wasnt the case this time around. For example, MSFT fell from around $60 at the peak to around $20 at the bottom. Cisco went from $70 to $10. Most of the speculative stuff in the .com era went out of business by around 2003 and though I predict many of the current startups will also fail, in general, the big caps never bubbled that high. They did climb high but nothing like the .com. Also note that this current speculative crash isnt limited to tech. Even non-tech speculative has crashed. So its not actually a tech crash. Its a speculative stock crash. If we had a index of non-profitable startups from the last 4-5 years who still depend on debt and dilution, then thats the "index" that crashed and it did so because it was in a crazy bubble.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 23:33:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Several factors but I think the largest one is simply the end of cheap debt that many corporations have been using to fuel their growth. As interest rates rise, many companies, that could only survive by borrowing cheap debt, will be forced to default. You have to understand that even though you see it as a measly 1-2% rate hike by the end of the year, these companies can only service their debt at a 0% and any higher is a literal infinite increase in rates for them ((2%-0%)/0% = infinity). You can't acclimatize a frog to boiling water and expect it to live, no matter how slowly you do it. There is also valuation crush, even for great companies like MSFT and AAPL as companies return to historical PE ratios as money becomes more expensive to borrow. This will create a reverse wealth effect as people become more careful with their spending as their stocks and real estate fall in price. Lastly, and the most dangerous, is that because of our enormous deficit of $30 trillion, we simply can't raise rates high enough to fight inflation without defaulting unlike the 80's. A simple 7% rate is untenable today. Even if the Fed doesn't care about asset prices collapsing (I think they very much do) they are handcuffed by the enourmous interest payments we would need to make on our debt. Because of our debt the Fed will only be able to raise rates enough to collapse equities but not enough to fight inflation. I honestly think we're headed for stagflation at this point. So should you panic sell and try to time the bottom? For most people I think that's a bad idea. All I am saying is that you should get comfortable with DCA'ing into what will seem like a bottomless dip in equities that may last several years or even a decade plus as these factors unwind and correct. There will be no unlimited QE like we had in 2009 and 2020 either which is why I am saying this will take years to correct. Get out of growth and momentum and move into value. There was a good reason why Warren Buffet has been out of the market these past two years.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 23:23:07 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
My husband just opened a Roth IRA and wants me to manage it, so I get a fresh account to blow up. So far he's only down 0.29%! (Bought some MSFT and VTI, keeping the rest in cash for now.)
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:29:34 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
OP - be careful about your biases. It’s easier o predict the past then to predict the future. How would you have known Netflix and Facebook were lower quality stocks than MSFT and AAPL. MSFT traded at the same price for many years when their fate was uncertain. And remember the low PE the market assigned to Apple just a few years ago? You make it sound as it is obvious what “quality” stocks are. In the wise words of Yogi Berra - predictions are tough, especially predictions about the future :)
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:45:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Bad advice imho. You guys always drop these super vague tips that try to check as many boxes as possible so everyone has their biases confirmed. ​ >If you're holding quality stocks (i.e. MSFT, JNJ, AAPL, etc...) you will be fine in time, or better yet, if you're holding ETFs (i.e. SPY, VOO, QQQ) just keep buying and don't even worry about it. Stocks that were 'quality stocks' 20 years ago lost a lot of value and never recovered. ETFs are just packages of stocks and also react on a recession. If the global supply chain collapses nothing is safe ​ >but guess what, the market bounces back. Chances are high we haven't even started to go down... >super solid companies, because they have shown us they always come back. The ones you mentioned never had big issues. >What I do know, the market has recovered from WWI, the Great Depression, WWII, Vietnam, 1973 oil price rise, 1987 Black Monday, 1991 Japanese Asset Bubble, Dotcom bubble, 2008 Financial Crisis, Covid?, and we will recover from whatever the hell you want to call this. A lot of people lost everything. A lot of people lost their life savings, went bankrupt and lost their home. Sure - some random index went up, but there are millions of people who suffered from these crashes and never recovered. As an investor you're not the index. You're one of those people who can lose everything.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:19:15 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT is still 78% above its January 1, 2020 price and people are acting as if it crashed to value territory.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 23:10:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:43:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT is back at my buy price. More SMLR (gonna hold that bag for years. More GOOGL
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:01:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Bought AAPL, MSFT, AMZN, ALGN, GOOGL, AMD, NVDA, MA, QCOM, NOW, INTU, ASML, RGEN yesterday on the beginning of the session. For now I'm -2%
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 04:36:09 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I am knee deep in FSR ($15), PLTR ($29), OPEN ($18), SOFI ($18), MTTR ($12), Z ($119), NVEI ($150). Basically 80k of book value wiped out. At this point, not worth even averaging down as they're sinking every day even though in the case of NVEI, OPEN, SOFI the earnings have been great with great future projections. I'm bag holding these until they recover where I can at least come close to breaking even and exit. In the meantime, just started new positions in MSFT, GOOG, AMD, AAPL, QCOM today. Won't play around with growth stocks anymore.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 06:11:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:50:20 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
AAPL, MSFT and options on AMD
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 05:05:57 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT going to $150 next month.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 04:13:35 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
You have 130k, invested 30k, and are down 10k to 120k, and aren't retiring for decades. I would buy 1-5 shares of GOOG, AAPL, MSFT and TSLA each if they having a red day. If you are less insane than me than then wait until VIX is below 25 for a couple of days to start DCAing
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:17:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Check MSFT 5 years ago and get back to me
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 02:12:27 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I would hold MSFT and DIS. Those 2 are going to come back sooner or later.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 01:11:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
1st question is how old are you and/or how many years of investing experience? Based on that, adjust for time frame and experience. Some general advise I have been saying for years now (yes even when people were calling me stupid as stocks went up last year); The popular philosophy of taking chances when young is 100% horseshit and only for complete and utter fools. Dont want to go into the big write up as to why this adage is horrible advice (check my history if you want details) but summary: 1. Youre likely still an idiot when starting out so your odds of making good picks are the lowest at any point in your adult life (until you get alzheimers). 2. The sooner you have a financial foundation (aka nest egg), the sooner you can stop feeling desperate about money. 1. You can quit your job and do something you actually like which is more likely to make you both happy and wealthy in the long run. 2. Mental health improves. Family life improves. 3. And finally, you will have disposable money for gambling since you already have a good retirement anchor to rely on. 4. I call this an "anchor" portfolio. Something that keeps you safe in a storm. Its basically all about risk mitigation. What young people need to do is stick to low risk initially until they are experts at investing. Not the other way around. Do pick your own stocks (rather than index) so you can learn, but stick to safety. So assuming you are fairly new, I sell everything except MSFT (enterprise tech) and DIS (cyclical entertainment). Those are safe enough to be in your anchor portfolio. They are companies with long legs. Now I want to be clear. I am not saying that your other picks are bad per se. The companies may actually perform at some point but what I am saying is if you are young and inexperienced, they are wrong for you at this time. You can start gambling on stuff like this later once you have a lot more experience and some disposable cash to throw around. Thats when you start swinging for the fences. Your odds will be much better than now.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 05:26:54 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Really appreciate what you're saying here because it's the strategy I'd like to implement, but other than DIS and MSFT, what are some other safe bets at a premium at the moment?
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 06:16:53 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
DIS and MSFT are my rocks.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:43:29 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Everything I am losing on MSFT I know I will gain back in the long run. Same for Disney.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:47:31 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT is 20% under ATH. Apple close too
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 12:15:45 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT is still up 21% in a year and AAPL 23.6%. They're both over 50% from pre-covid highs/QE initiation. They dropped but those drops are more like pull backs
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 15:22:39 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
A little scary buying anything these days. The only stocks i splurged on this recent dips are VTI, GOOGL and MSFT.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:35:51 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
If you had to own one big tech stock (TSLA, AAPL, MSFT, GOOG, etc.) which would it be and why?
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:53:47 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
MSFT without a doubt.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 00:34:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I bought at $55 too on 2/16. I believe in the company and its mentioned along with EPIC + MSFT on Opportunities in the Metaverse by JP MORGAN 18 pages . No mention of FB
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:27:40 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I think that ship has sailed. AAPL down 15% YTD. MSFT down 18%. Both more than the broad market index.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 19:55:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
It'll be FB, MSFT, AAPL, NVDA and others all winning together. It's not the super bowl.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 13:21:25 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Large, established companies are rarely disrupters in tech, though. I could see decent returns in those companies but not 10x returns. For example I bought and still hold CRM from 2008 when everybody said MSFT would easily crush them and the stock fell quite a bit. https://www.1stock1.com/1stock1_569.htm So, we’ll see.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 13:40:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I don't know what crap you guys are buying that you see such high fuctuations. Forget about index funds, even if you buy stocks like AAPL, MSFT or AMZN, GOOL, the highest drawdown in only 24% for AMZN. FB is 45% but you can't possibly hold only FB in your portfolio.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:28:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
As a warning against this, you are still probably better off buying large popular names if you don't know what you're doing (GOOG, AAPL, MSFT, BRKB, etc). Looking for hidden gems with stock screeners when you don't know what you're doing is a very bad idea. What I would agree with is that you shouldn't be investing in smaller speculative companies based solely on recommendations from Reddit and social media influencers. In my experience it's very hard to find hidden gems though. It can be quite hard to really understand what the outlook is for a company that you're not that familiar with. I know what GOOG does, I know their track record, I know that they seem fairly valued so I have a confidence making an investment. When I find a cheap stock on a screener I often think they great after doing a bit of research, but then after consistently losing money on the stock I'll find out there was some risk I was unaware of. Imagine if a FB or INTC showed up on a screener for example, you might think these are great buys based on fundamentals and some limited research into what they do. But thankfully FB and INTC are large enough and discussed regularly enough that most of us are aware that that there are several risks with these companies which is why they're so cheap. These days when I look for smaller unknown stocks to invest in I have to obsessively research and follow them for at least a month. I'll follow the company and leadership on Twitter. Listen to their last year of earnings calls. Read all the analyst research. See what people are saying about the company on platforms like Stocktwits, Twitter, etc. Read reviews on Trustpilot and Glassdoor. After a while you start to get a feel for where the company is heading beyond the story painted by its fundamentals.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 13:04:56 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
They are using RH, so probably would hold puts for a year until expiration... although the IWFs might still be down for a while. MSFT was an odd choice.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 09:33:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
You're wrong. I'm not trying to be an asshole or prove I'm right. I'm writing all this because if you're investing now you need to consider some things. When your gut instinct says "Shouldn't the crash be a little less steep?" You need to follow that thought further. Why is it so steep when it doesn't seem like it should be? Hedge funds and institutions are now openly talking about the market decline. Goldman reduced their S&P projections twice in one month (so far), saying the S&P will go negative this year. They don't usually say things like that. It's not in their best interest. So why are they saying it? A recent piece in Bloomberg just showed that there is a massive influx of retail investors into the market (buying the dip) while hedge funds are selling off. Hedge funds are saying retail investors are nuts and profiting from it. Openly. So is it possible that all of those billion dollar institutions who spend so much working capital hiring experts are wrong? While you, as a retail investor, are saying things feel wrong too? As far as global markets go: The DAX double topped and had a steep sell off. The current pop up is nice but, looking at its chart, it's not yet confirmed if it's a bullshit bounce or a legit rally. Lots of people bought the dip in 2008, 2000, etc. and congratulated themselves when they saw gains. Then the real crash happened and they lost their life savings. While the markets trade independent of each other, they influence each other a great deal. When Russia goes broke, it's bad for the global economy. Pulling out of Russia is bad for lots of U.S. companies who have business there (eg. Blackrock just lost $16BN, McDondalds, Apple, Oracle, MSFT and every other company pulling out is going to take a hit on revenue). China's stock market just shit itself, having a one day decline the likes of which has not been seen since 2008. Their real estate mess continues there. How bad is it? Hard to tell. China keeps things under wraps. Especially bad things. Then you have to consider the Covid lockdown they just instated. If you look at the charts from 2008, you will see that every global stock market had a crash. But the catalyst was the housing mess in the U.S. Why? When one country's mess gets bad enough, the world pays. As far as the U.S. goes, I strongly suggest ignoring the news and looking at all the economic data when it is published. Ukraine is not why the market is spooked. Global conflict typically has a limited effect on markets. Even when it's awful. Institutions knows this. Yes, there is some limited anxiety about nuclear weapons but no one is taking that really seriously. Inflation has long been known to be an issue. Same with the Fed tightening and supply chain. I'm not sure why you think Covid remains a catalyst in the U.S. No one has given a fuck about it for a long time (I live in the U.S.). What you're talking about is things that have happened and things that are happening. The market doesn't give a shit about those things. It looks forward, not back. Here are the real problems: The dollar is high (which is bad for the economy because of international trade implications), the trade deficit is off the charts (bad for the economy), consumer sentiment is at decade lows (which is a hugely bad indicator for the economy). Economic data points to a recession that will 100% happen (possibly after a very brief bit of stagflation). Demand, sales and profits are all decline. People point to Q4 earnings and say everything is fine. Of course it was, we all had free money in Q4. When Q1 earnings come out, it will be a blood bath. If you look at what is happening with earnings, companies are posting great earnings for Q4 and getting wrecked (like Netflix). Why? Because their projections are shit. That's all the market cares about. Inventories, contrary to the supply chain narrative, are high. People aren't buying shit because of inflation and because they don't have money. Employment numbers are high so people think everything is great. It is. Until it isn't. Monthly employment numbers are nice but they fluctuate wildly. Historically, when the CPI peaks and rolls over (as it's about to do), layoffs surge. Consumer household debt is $1.4 trillion higher than it was in 2019. The breadth indicator for the Nasdaq and S&P are insanely bad. Rents are crazy and the housing market is at all time highs while mortgages may see a steep increase. I could go on. But I already have. Follow your gut and get some answers.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 01:06:03 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I started a 60k position in AAPL, MSFT, QCOM and AMD today. I'm sure I will regret it tomorrow
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:58:04 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
I’ve been keeping my cash in long dated puts — hopefully I will get to flip them into cold hard MSFT stock at $150 a pop
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:15:02 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
He is selling for quite a long time.. It's a standard practice. Gates also sold and MSFT went to the moon. It does not say a lot.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:07:17 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:42:59 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
Yeah the inverter was a big part of the cost when I got solar on my house. They just automatically used a solar edge inverter. I think these two companies are like the MSFT and AAPL of the solar industry. Buy whatever computer you want but your getting an Apple or a Microsoft.
KEYWORD : MSFT DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:35:10 2022 SUBREDDIT : wallstreetbets
FB is priced at like 15 P/E, seems like a better play IMHO. Values like a normal company.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:29:01 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
Apple and Google are great. I will buy them later. Please don't get FB.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 17:41:00 2022 SUBREDDIT : StockMarket
well VTI is still heavy on the mega caps so ya mega caps hasnt fallen far but others have, and they're completely not represented in the index. for example XOM they are going up tons this year, but they still dont represent as much as FB which is off by -40% from the highs.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:50:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Tesla fell 41%, Amazon fell 24%, Apple fell 17%, Microsoft fell 20%, Google fell 16%, Nvidia fell 38%, Intel fell 34%, and FB fell 51%. I really hope everyone is well, but damn the stock market keeps going down.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:43:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
FB, PayPaL, Baba. All 3 meet his -60% metric which is insane. You could argue the 3rd, but the first two are absolutely good companies that make tons of cash. How about Disney? Visa? Amazon? All saw major pullbacks, not near 60%, but seeing Amazon lose 33% or so is crazy given it’s one of the largest companies to exist
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 22:28:30 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
FB is just over 50% off it’s high. Also, PayPal was extremely overvalued fundamentally, so it’s not surprising that it fell hard.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 00:10:58 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
FB feels like I'm getting BF'd
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 02:26:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
FB, SONY, MU, ROST, MED took the biggest hits this year of the ones I have. But I bought FB and SONY before the dip and liked them then Lol.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 05:47:23 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Why FB. Last earnings the posted their first ever user decline? If that trend continues FB is going down down. Too risky for now.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 05:07:32 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
150k down this year so far. Mostly same portfolio as UkitaAkane - NVDA / TQQQ / FB / ASML … All of last year’s gains and lil bit more.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 07:01:19 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
I agree FB is a better pick from a profit viewpoint, but that’s kind of obvious and Reddit really hates it when you bring up FB.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 03:47:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Market is always forward looking, and so should your portfolio. The little red or green number next to the ticker at your brokerage is irrelevant. If you didn't have these positions, but you had the cash, would you be willing to buy AMD, FB or PTON today? If yes, then hold. If not, then consider why aren't you selling. You need PTON to double in price. Do you think that will happen faster than it would take you to double your investment through other picks? If yes, hold. If not, sell, harvest them losses for tax purposes and move to a better position.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:56:26 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Just sell the PTON. If AMD or FB has a better chance of going back up than PTON does, you'll make the money back faster in those two than just keeping the PTON.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:53:50 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Dump PTON and put it in AMD or FB because these 2 companies have way better futures. More so AMD than FB but you get the idea.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 20:11:44 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
PTON is toast. AMD and FB still have futures ahead.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:35:24 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Hold FB and AMD, move PTON money to TQQQ
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 09:04:11 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
$243 is a GREAT longterm basis for FB.
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 01:57:42 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Great lessons and insights, take my prize! Honestly I would buy AMD and FB today but not PTON for sure, so yeah... Also I'm not expecting to be green or anything with PTON just wanted a 5% rise at most to sell. Thanks for your help!
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:46:36 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
Do you think FB is good but rn?
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Tue Mar 15 04:07:33 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
since appl said they are working on VR i would sell all FB, buuut they said the same of the car and...
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 21:52:14 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
> Large cap tech is barely down. What are these "barely down" large caps you speak of? MSFT, AAPL, FB, NFLX, TSLA, AMZN, NVDA are all down 15%+ YTD. Google is doing the best out of the large cap tech and still down over 10%
KEYWORD : FB DATE : Mon Mar 14 18:57:55 2022 SUBREDDIT : stocks
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2022.03.14 20:24 saltshakersss I seriously cannot determine if Epic Systems is a good place to work or not.

Nearly everything I've seen about this company on Glassdoor, Indeed, top posts on this subreddit, and elsewhere is sharply negative. But I just got back from my site-visit a few days ago and everyone I talked to told me they were really happy to work there. I even polled random employees walking around to make sure Epic wasn't just showing me the contented high-achievers, but nobody I talked to would corroborate the online reviews at all.
I would really really appreciate if any of you could please tell me what experiences you or your coworkers have had with the following, especially if you're in Software Development:
I like the idea of working for Epic from what I've seen in person, but I don't want to work for a company that will overwork me and throw me out on the streets once I'm burnt out.
Thanks in advance!
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2022.01.19 18:41 lspomyglob Analyst salary for Canadians

I see a lot of posts mentioning salary for US positions. Wondering if anyone has any insight on Canadian salaries for analysts working with Epic/CerneMeditech etc. Not sure how reliable some sites like Glassdoor are.
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2022.01.14 12:37 Intrepid-Albatross49 PM Role?

Hey everyone - recently applied to EPIC as a PM, any advice is highly appreciated.

How does the interview process actually proceed, and how quickly does the process go? I've heard people start with phone interviews/screenings, but so far my process has been: submitted resume to EPIC careers, 8 hours later received an invite for PM introduction, filled out preference for introduction time, and then another 8 hours later I received a confirmation date for my PM introduction, and a link to head on to the skills assessment.
- In my experience, I have never ever experienced such fast response times - in a matter of two days, I seem to have moved two steps into the application process. In the past, it has literally taken me at-least a week or two just to even get anything back from HR. Is this normal for EPIC, or is this weird?
- How is the work culture at EPIC? It seems EPIC burn out their employees quick. In essence, say this project required 12 hours, and I complete it in 6 - do I get a high-five and they say you're done, or will EPIC exploit that efficiency and perhaps load more on me given that I can work quicker?
- How much of your work that you submit is dependent on the completion of others?
- In terms of the PM position, the entry salary on glassdoor, handshake, etc. show $70,000.00 - if I receive an offer, is there room to negotiate that salary? Can any newly-accepted PMs confirm their entry salary?
- From what I can gather, PM's have an extreme quick raise schedule at EPIC, is that true? I've seen claims of skyrocketing to a 25% raise after one year with EPIC. What about after two years - and so on?
- How do you advance up the ladder after being a PM? What are the requirements, and how long do you have to be a PM to climb?
- How much actual traveling is done by PMs - can you prefer to travel/prefer not to travel? After your first day with EPIC, how long is the training process until PMs can be sent on a travel mission?
- How is the PM training process - and how long is it? How much autonomy do you have once you are officially a PM and not a red-shirt PM?
Again, any advice is highly appreciated, thanks guys!
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2022.01.13 02:44 Compy385 Looks Like Cerner Is Not Alone

Just went to the subreddits and Glassdoor sites of four major EHR providers, including Cerner's. I've been keeping my eyes open to see if there are other options with EHR providers (I don't work a position in that would be affected by the NDA, as I have no knowledge or access to anything that would allow me to compete with Cerner with one of the other EHR's anyway). I also checked external review sites to see what health care providers thought of their products and support.
This is not my personal opinion. This is aggregated data from Glassdoor reviews, Indeed reviews, and other job boards, and the support reviews are aggregated from external medical reviews, like from nursing and from HealthGrades, and other forum sites.
I found some common information amongst them in my search:
WFH isn't happening much, and people are ticked about it. Pay was the second biggest thing, although many do better than Cerner in this area. Here's basically what I found in comparison:

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