Career Crunch: Where the hiring will be in 2014, uplifting tales of escaping finance
Welcome back to reality – if you’ve been celebrating the festive season too hard to read eFC over the past two weeks, take a moment to catch up on what you’ve missed.
While most banks and financial services organisations play their recruiting plans very close to their chest, some firms have already stated their intention to hire.
A bank-by-bank strategy primer: everything you need to know about probable hiring and firing in 2014
What will the major investment banks be doing this year when it comes to recruitment?
Some banks value professional qualifications and Masters degrees more than others.
Juniors get paid a lot more in New York, but London wins out at the senior level.
How Goldman tried and failed to retain an ops VP who was ‘bored beyond belief’, and other tales of escaping the City
Tired of working in finance? Take heart from these bankers who have moved on.
These senior bankers will want to bring in their own people and expand their team following their recent appointments.
Tis the season for hedge funds to quietly unveil their results and reveal how much they pay their partners (a lot).
You really do not want to be working in one of these sectors this year.
Capital markets league tables haven’t changed a lot in 2013, but it’s interesting to note who the big gainers and losers over the past few years have been.