Career Crunch: Big post-bonus job moves expected, why you can never really stop working
If you've missed out on the latest careers news and advice on eFC over the past week, take a moment to catch up on the top stories of the last seven days.
Investment banks are expecting an exodus of employees as soon as bonuses hit their bank account.
Even if you leave the industry with millions, it’s very difficult simply to kick-back.
The most difficult part of any consulting interview is answering the types of questions that require you to think on your feet.
Barclays has been slashing bonuses for its fixed income sales staff, which might explain why senior people are leaving before they’ve been paid out.
Navigating your way through a group exercise in an investment banking super-day is tough, here are some examples of what to expect.
Goldman’s head of EuroGovernments bond trading thought to quit for high paying hedge fund (in deluxe premises)
From Goldman’s offices in Peterborough Court to a stately home in the commuter belt.
Employers in the Gulf are hiring again, but it’s not in the glamour areas of financial services.
SocGen is one of the few banks hiring for its fixed income business, but this is not necessarily a reason to join.
UBS’s investment bank has seen a massive increase in revenues since 2012, and has actually bolstered its bonus pool.
Banks are luring accountants in with the promise of exciting roles and higher pay. Is this really the case?