V50 6-7th year tax associate. Thinking of going inhouse in a year or two. If I stay, I might make nonequity in 2-4 years, but not sure if I want a glorified senior associate status with a minor bump in pay to work my ass off for a few more years for potential equity. Would you go inhouse? If so, how likely is it to go back to biglaw as equity after a few years at inhouse? Thinking tax counsel at banks, funds, etc. (any info on the total comp at such places? Saw blackrock is hiring…)
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ProsGreat people, creative atmosphere, dedicated to technology, concious of social responsibility, flexible time-off
ConsYou have to work hard as it's a high performance culture
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I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at BlackRock (United States) in Dec 2020
Interviewit consists of a virtual cover letter attached to your cv and application, and then two 30 min rounds of interviews after you get through to the next round of interviews
the virtual cover letter 2 questions were 'why did you apply to blackrock?' and 'tell me one thing about you that you haven't mentioned on your cv'. being prepared for these questions will get you through to the actual interviewAnswer Question
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