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Within computing, there are a lot of cultural variations. One aspect is how much you are expected to be able to learn by yourself. As others have pointed out, one group in one business is not a large enough sample to project internal culture in all groups in multiple businesses. During interviews, you need to ask about expectations in this area, and make ...


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Recognize that this is not the end of the world. Big 4, great, but remember there are thousands of companies. Be thankful that you have learned where you might be happiest in your career. Write down what you want to say to your peer and manager. Focus on what you can achieve and deliver. Tell them what you understand and what you need help with. Be ...


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It's not always obvious what work environment you'll be happy in, and this is one of the great things about internships. They are learning experiences, but not just for technical learning. Across your few internships in college, you to try out different industries, project, company sizes team size etc, and find what culture/projects works the best for you. ...


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I was in a similar situation with a job from which I was let go about 18 months ago. At the beginning, I felt exactly how you described (mostly mad at myself for not leaving earlier, lots of anger at my former manager, resentment towards the organization as a whole). As @mcknz answer's says, with time, those feelings begin to fade. I'd be lying if I said ...


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I was working in a workplace where my boss was bullying me and it was extremely stressful...how do you deal with it after it has become a thing of the past? I have been there myself, and it just really does take time to heal. You've only been gone two months, so feelings are still pretty recent. It helps to be in a new place, but for a while you will still ...


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What the boss's children do is none of your business. Stop complaining that life isn't fair. (DarkCygnus said it first. It needed to be said again) The employee working with me is my best friend. I do 75% of the work... We are meant to be doing 50/50 [plus my additional duties]. I have to take it all on myself I [have chosen] to take it all on ...


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It sounds like you are losing your mind trying to keep a sinking ship afloat. Your company is terribly understaffed and/or horribly mismanaged if you are working 24-hour shifts, skipping lunch, and having 7-day work weeks. How the owner handles the separate issues with your friend's productivity and his kids' salary are not issues you can control or change, ...


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Several things I think of this: Regarding the Boss's son and daughter I would suggest you let it be. If they are unprofessional and irresponsible it's their problem. You should focus on doing your job the best you can (which is what you are doing). Besides, trying to argue or point fingers to the boss's son/daughter is hardly recommended, as you have the ...


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