If you’ve not visited eFinancialCareers this week, you’ve missed out on all the news and advice related to the financial sector job market. Here’s an update on our top stories over the last seven days.
As a junior analyst you take home $18 an hour and have a 20% chance of progressing to the next level.
Thinking of taking an MBA to advance your finance career? Study at one of these schools.
Special forces soldiers are trained to think clearly under pressure and manage risks. This makes them great traders.
Banks are falling over themselves to move into the new financial freezone in Shanghai.
Banking is no longer about getting bums on seats and paying them disproportionately high salaries. Investment banks want elite graduates, and they’ll drive down remuneration, says one ex-senior investment banker.
The U.S. still dominates when it comes to private equity pay, but firms every region have indicated that they will continue to increase salaries.
The death of BAML intern Moritz Erhardt has shone a light into the tough working conditions for juniors at the bank. Is this the influence of Goldman Sachs alumnus.
If you didn’t want to work for an investment bank, but an investment bank really wanted you, what would you demand?
Meet the hedge fund trader who went from earning millions to losing it all and seeking help for alcoholism.
Looking for a job in the Middle East? These firms are worth applying to.