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Discussion in 'Newcastle United' started by Stuart Blanc, Jan 24, 2012.
I'm not at liberty to say
It's working in a call centre so a lot more boring than you thought!
You sure about that?
Plus Audis will cost you more if they go wrong.
Have to say I hate working with clients! Always changing deadlines and what it is they actually want at ridiculously short notice.
Luckily as an auditor we have quite a lot of power over them
As for the BMW v Audi v Golf debate it completely depends on the spec of each car! Wouldn't touch a 1-series with a bargepole tho lol
They're pretty much the same car, they use the same engines etc
The Audi's more expensive, but with equivalent spec they're even-ish on price terms. I'd go for the Audi for pure badge snobbery. Although the 1 Series is not as **** as the old model now.
Yes but still, the Audi is more expensive full stop. The Golf is better looking, but are pretty even interior wise.
I currently work in investment banking but have been looking to move into an analyst/risk management role. Managed to secure an interview with a company doing "advanced analytics and modelling" Pay is supposedly Â£36k + company car. I suspect I have to go from office to office but I have no idea. Leeds is full of opportunities though. Your job in Wakefield sounds intense but I have to give reference from uni/work/college too but no security checks. They have assumed I am me which is just as well as no one would want my life really
I am swayed by the A3 although the Golf lighting up at night sounds intriguing. Any costs incurred will be paid for by the company or the lease company so price of repairs etc are of no concern to me really